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S > SOBRELEC > Totus


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Sobrelec Totus 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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Sunday 25th September 2016

The ''transportable'' computer, presented by SOBRELEC, got 4 stars at ''SICOB'' show (equivalent to NCC, National Computer Conference). I''am the designer of this computer, in
my company named MIO (Micro Informatique Ouest), located at "La Fonderie", Plouneventer 29230. This idea came after a trip to NCC in LA, CA, where I saw OSBORNE : I thought the screen was too small, and decided for a 9" screen.

The main computer card was derivated from Logabax LX500 ( I designed in 1988), a well known computer sold as 6000 samples to french National Education.

Thursday 26th February 2015
le roux (france)

I''have assembled the two cpu board for the company coopagri.
They bought all the parts of the Totu when Sobrelec close.
I rebuild 5 computers.

Friday 27th August 2010
Régis Le Boité (France)


I was a trainee at Sobrelec in 1982. I remember well this computer. The processor was a Z80 at 4Mhz (the maximum possible). The problem was that it was very heavy (not far from 20 kg) which made it "transportable" instead of "portable". But it was a "revolution" in 1982. I remember also that the last models of them had a "tactile" screen. This was made by "light cells" located around the screen.

The keyboard was the cover of the box and contained the handle of the computer.

Thank you to have found it and to have taken of picture of it !

With kind regards
Régis Le Boité

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