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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #390 on: 2019.January.18. 18:51:01 »
And it has an original RGB cable!



This offer has a lot of original parts, some not in the list.

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« Reply #391 on: 2019.January.20. 19:30:39 »
Somebody in Hungary auctions an original German floppy controller with a 3.5 inch disk unit.

Curiously he tests the unit with a number labelled EP128:

 

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« Reply #392 on: 2019.January.26. 16:06:18 »
I think Enterprise GmbH sold upgrades from 64k to 128k, which included that Enterprise 128k sticky label. So maybe that computer is an upgrade 64k machine.

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« Reply #393 on: 2019.January.26. 21:39:18 »
It was only politics. On that era new hard laws of "germanization" of the computers were introduced. On Spain happened similar.

Is for that they added a low quality paper sticker over the stock plastic one....  They changed "ONE TWO EIGHT" by a big "128K".

Numbers aren't dependant on languages.
« Last Edit: 2019.January.26. 21:45:16 by gflorez »