Kaypros and Osbornes

From: Bill Pechter <pechter_at_monmouth.com>
Date: Tue Jan 19 18:39:47 1999

> On Tue, 19 Jan 1999, Marvin wrote:
> > Hmmm, was kind of curious what that manual I have goes to :). Was the Zorba
> > related to the Molecular? The Zorba manual came with the stuff I got with
> > the Molecular.
> I think the name of the company that made the Zorba was Gemini. Either
> that or Gemini was the model name, and Zorba was the sub-model name, in
> which case I don't remember the company name. I try to steer clear of
> luggables, but the Zorba is one of the few I kept since it's so RARE
> (L_at__at_K!).
> Do you want to dump the manual?
> -- Doug

I've got a couple of Zorba's... One working, one a parts machine.
The Zorba was slick for its day.

The screen was readable. It could read/write a lot of different formats.
Unfortunately I was ripped off on a sale of Compat (disk emulation)
for my Zorba and don't have the code or money from that sale.

My first bad net experience 10 years before EBAY!

Received on Tue Jan 19 1999 - 18:39:47 GMT

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