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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Video Technology  LASER 200 / 210 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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Saturday 5th August 2023
Dave (Australia)

VZ/Laser enthusiasts can check out the active VZ $ Laser Fans Facebook group. A main VZ/Laser resource website :

Saturday 5th August 2023
Dave (Australia)

Released a mountain load of VZ/Laser software few months back. About 900 meg of VZ/Laser software with source code and whatnot. Is my ever on-going project to collecting all VZ/Laser software. The .VZ snapshots can be converted to .WAV files to load into a real VZ200/300 or Laser200/210/310. There are original games, demos, 1-bit music, and video files for the newly released VZ/Laser SD Card Loader. 530 meg zipped.

Wednesday 23rd March 2022
Cynde  (Australia)

Dianne, if you are interested in selling, I am looking to purchase a Vtech Laser 200.

Saturday 19th March 2022
Dianne  (Geelong, Australia)

We are currently cleaning up an Estate and have found a Laser 200 in it''s box with (premium condition), including the User Manual and demonstration tape still with it, although there is no power chord / transformer. We still have to decide what we should do with it.

Sunday 28th August 2016
Gavin (New Zealand )

My first computer, I wrote an emulator for the VZ200 here:

Thursday 16th June 2016

The price for the computer 1984 in France was not 196 €. The Euro was implemented end of the millennium. The currency in France was franc in 1984.

Sunday 17th April 2016
Krisztian (Hungary)

TO: "Saturday 19th October 2013 Frank (Germany)"
One is available here for some more days:

Monday 28th July 2014
Martin (Hunsrueck / Germany)

I just found one on eBay! And I won the auction!!


Saturday 19th October 2013
Frank (Germany)

Iam looking for my old Laser210, it was my first computer 1984. If somebody knows where i can found them, please let me know. Also Lightpen or printer interface are interesting for me.

Wednesday 13rd March 2013
Miroslav Werner (Czech Republic)

Mine is brander VZ 200 colour computer, I think its the same stuff.

Wednesday 13rd March 2013
Miroslav Werner (Czech Republic)

I have one for sale. Or better, trade for brands I am more interested to (Sinclair, Amstrad, Amiga).

Monday 7th January 2013
Erik (France)

I buy one because my shop was ZX81 out of stock and I have my all first programmer''s emotions with this machine.

Because of this machine I spent 20 years of my life in the Video Games industry as programmer. The best years of my professionnal life ever..

Monday 16th January 2012
Jeremy (Australia)

I still remember the different memory addresses, such as using "POKE 30744,1" to invert the colours in text mode.

Wednesday 31st August 2005
Wildrose (Greece)

This machine was my very first 'computer' in age of 13!! I plug it to my B/W TV and i just look at the screen for 2 Hours...
That was my very first step in to computers world!!
Now i'm a Network Engineer/Cisco Expert in a big ISP.

Monday 26th May 2003
Erich Kitzmüller (Earth)

The keyboard of the Laser 210 was surprisingly good, better than on the Sinclair Spectrum. The largest problem was the lack of Software, there was next to nothing available on the market. In Text mode, only special block characters could be colored (8 colors), text was eighter white-on-green or white-on-amber. In graphic mode, every pixel could have (independently) on of four colors; there were two colorsets, Red-Green-Blue-White and Magenty-Cyan-Yellow-White.

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