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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Microdigital TK-85 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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Thursday 4th June 2015
Carlos Deabreu (usa)

I Still have one with a thermal printer old K7 player and small black $ white tv.

Sunday 2nd September 2012

It''s a really beautiful desing.
A cool clone of ZX81.

Friday 3rd September 2010
Rey D (USA)

This was my first computer!!!! My dad bought it for me when I turned 16 (I was living in Argentina at the time). I learned how to program in Basic on this little computer. Great memories! :)

Wednesday 28th April 2010
Cleidson A. Peixoto (Brazil)

Mr. Carlos,

Yes, it is right - the TK 85 haven''t a PSG. But it came prepared to allocate one - There is a space for the same PSG from the MSX (The AY), and there is a memory adress that is never used - This adress can be used to control the PSG.

Wednesday 31st March 2010
Carlos Cristo (Campinas - Brazil)

Good to see it again..!!
The information is correct, but this part
"and the built-in three-voice sound generator. " is not.
It never had three-voice sound generator... even Tk-90x (the zx-spectrum clone) had... only MSX series had this.. : )

Friday 14th March 2008
Jerónimo Milea (Argentina)

It was my first computer too ^_^ it brings me very nice memories :)

Thursday 10th November 2005
Xavier Garreau (La Rochelle, FRANCE)

I wrote my first programs on this computer. Nice to see it again :)

Saturday 8th January 2005
Rodrigo Quinteiro (Sao Paulo - Brazil)

The TK85 was my 1st computer. All that I learnt in BASIC I need to thanks to this small computer. I still having the TK85 at home, but the keyboard is not working anymore.

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