cisin at xenosoft.com
Thu Apr 26 16:56:35 CDT 2018
> > TRS-80 Model 100, 102, 200 (rebadged Kyoceras)
On Thu, 26 Apr 2018, Ed Sharpe via cctalk wrote:
> But... i have yet to see a Kyocera... Ed#
NEC 8201, Olivetti M10 were more of the Kyoto Ceramics machines.
NEC was about 3/8" thicker, but had much more expansion capability.
8085, 8x40 LCD,
Competing unrelated machines included the Epson HC-20 (painted gray and
katakana character set removed for the US HX-20) 4x20 6301, and later the
Workslate (spreadsheet oriented machine!)
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