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Date: Tue Sep 30 07:39:35 1997

I've had several laser machines, which seemed to be of decent quality. in
fact, my first computer was a laser 386sxe bought back in 1989 for $800 and
still works today. it has a nonstandard power supply, but I found one for
sale 3 years ago for $4 which i'm keeping for a spare. I also had the laser
xtsl, which was a small 10mhz xt with dual 720k floppy drives. I wish I still
had that one. Nowadays, I just have two laser 128 models and two external
drives made by them, one for the laser/2c, and one that works on the disk ][
controller. I believe they also made pc compatibles in an apple //c -like
form factor.


In a message dated 97-09-30 03:32:27 EDT, J Keys put forth:
<< Yes they made PC clones as well as Apples, they also made ext drives for
 PC's, Apples and Commodores.
 At 01:13 AM 9/29/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I knew that Laser made Apple ][ clones - I've seen a few in thrift stores,
>but never bought one. But a friend of mine just appeared with a Laser
286/2 -
>it's definitely the same logo. Did they make other PC clones? He's from
>Toronto - did they sell their PC clones in the US as well?
>Thanks, >>
Received on Tue Sep 30 1997 - 07:39:35 BST

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