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D > DULMONT > Magnum


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Dulmont Magnum computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Tuesday 24th August 2021
Alex paine (Australia)

Together with Clive Mackness and Colin Morris we first conceived the idea that became the Dulmont Magnum in 1979 at which time I was the International Development Manager for Dulmison.

Tuesday 29th November 2016
Ian (England, United Kingdom)

This computer has just been featured as part of a working teardown on YouTube in Australia by a guy called Dave.

Thursday 31st March 2016

Somebody have schematic diagram Dulmont Magnum?
Someone has a laptop in working condition?

Monday 10th February 2014
David Payne (Melbourne, Australia)

A friend I''ve lost contact with had a Time Office Kookaburra. I think they were renamed thus when Time Office Computing, (nothing to do with Henry Luce), bought Dulmont.

NO WAY was this the first computer or even the tenth Microcomputer designed or built in Australia! Try CSIRAC $ perhaps the Automatic Totalisers long before that. The first Australian DESKTOP computer was probably the EDUC-8 c1973-4.

Saturday 18th January 2014
Leskovez (Russia)

If someone owns the laptop let me know. Laptop needed for the museum of computer technology.

Monday 3rd January 2005
Ivan Rozanoff (I am from Russia Tomilino village? under the Moskow )

I am the crazy lover off old computers and your site!

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