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Thursday 12th August 2021
Sly DC (Canada)
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Did you find the information of this micro computer in the magazine "Le Haut Parleur no.1642 - Mars 1979", because in issue No.1643 on page 143, they wrote that they talked about the Stellar in their previous issue (March 15, 1979) and it uses a Z80 as a "uP" (microprocessor). If anyone has a scan or a copy of this particular magazine, please post a link for pictures/scans. Thanks! $)





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