Re: Urgent German eBay find...

From: Anders Carlsson <>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 23:45:28 +0100
Message-ID: <EF08E970883A46E7824B8A29DB95C6D5@zapac9ea002038>
Michał Pleban wrote:

>> PET 200 = 8032-SK
>> PET 600 = 8096-SK
>> PET 700 = CBM 700 (i.e. CBM-II)
> Shouldn't a PET 600 be a CBM-II low-profile?

Yes and no. Datatronic sold both PET 600 (8096-SK) and CBM 610 more or less 
simultaneously. Actually most of the time they referred to the 610 as 
PET/CBM 700 low profile while the 710/720 would be PET/CBM 700 high profile. 
It is a bit confusing indeed.

For that matter, I've seen picture proof about in Finland, the 8296-D was 
sold as CBM D220 and I think I've seen 1980's German advertiments for a PET 
200 which would be the same 8032-SK so perhaps those were model names known 
to more markets than the Swedish one.

Best regards

Anders Carlsson

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