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Monday 31st March 2014
pedrosk

my first ever touch was right here. I was 9 or 10 years old. Next step was ZX Spectrum and only later PP06 and today it is RasPI


Sunday 19th October 2008
Laco13 (Slovakia)

This machine was my first touch with computer world on "Automation"-lessons on my highschool.
I love this "comp"for good memoirs from that time.
: - )))


Wednesday 23rd November 2005
petera (Slovakia)

Price in 1988: cca 12000,- Kčs = cca 1200 DEM


Saturday 23rd April 2005
Linkman (Slovak Republic)

When i was young and i was in primary school we have computer lessons in primary school and we are playing lot games created for this computer.





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