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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the ACCESS Computer  ACCESS Computer 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 26th August 2018
Robert Neal (United States)

I have my 1983 Access Matrix in the closet (literally) and haven''t started in back up in several years. I still have all the software and documentation and was wondering if there was any market out there for one.

Saturday 16th August 2008
William Sevon (USA)

I purchased an Access in December of 1984, about the time they were gong off the market. I used it for several years and produced a variety of publications that I printed with the machine. My son did some programming for me in Basic and the machine ran them very well. Even though it was heavy, 30 lbs+, I found that the 60 K memory and the portability were remarkable compared to the IBM 1620 that I first used in 1963 which had 60 K memory but required an air-conditioned room of moderate size. I haven' used the Access in years, but I still have it alo0ng with all the original manuals, something modern computers, such as my current Dell, lack, as well as all the original disks. I look upon it as another of the many antiques that fill my house.

Tuesday 31st January 2006
Randolph James (USA)

I bought one of these computers when they first came out. I loved it. It had everything you could possibly want built right in; computer, disk drives, printer, modem, and several ports. It was advertised as a 'portable' but I called it 'transportable' because it weighed so much.

Tuesday 23rd March 2004
phlatline (midwest)

I just got an ACCESS today, & I was wondering if anyone knew where I can get manuals/docs, software, anything at all for this system?

Wednesday 10th September 2003
nijineko (usa)

yea! that's my dad who posted that information about the access! i am looking for the nemesis game that was run on this system and/or the actrix system. can anyone help?

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