Dick Smith



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The popular home computer, which is a rebadged Video-Tech Laser 200.


Many Australians had one of these as their first home computer. Although crippled by its terrible rubberised chicklet keyboard, Dick Smith enjoyed terrific success selling these to the Australian marketplace.

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ERA: 1982
CPU: Z80                                      
RAM: 4k (Upgradable to 64k)
DRIVES: Optional
Tape Drive
Floppy Drive 
MONITOR: TV (RF) or Monitor
AUDIO: Internal Speaker
I/O: 1 x Monitor Output
1 x RF Output
1 x Tape I/O
1 x Memory Expansion
1 x General Expansion
Keyboard QWERTY style. Rubber button chicklet.
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