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NZ review of the 6128 from 85
« on: 15:44, 19 April 20 »
November 1985 issue of BITS & BYTES magazine - review starts at page 61.


https://www.classic-computers.org.nz/bits-and-bytes/downloads/NZ-bits-and-bytes-issue-4-3.pdf
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Re: NZ review of the 6128 from 85
« Reply #1 on: 18:50, 19 April 20 »
Not a bad review by any means, but surely the author is super happy with today's computers :D


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Re: NZ review of the 6128 from 85
« Reply #2 on: 09:26, 20 April 20 »
You would certainly hope so, but human nature being what it is I'm sure those dreams were replaced with "bigger and better" ones as the years moved on :D


Anyway, and with thanks to Terry Stewart, here is a link to his collection of scans of BITS & BYTES magazines:


https://classic-computers.org.nz/bits-and-bytes/