From: Craig LeVay (
Date: 2003-12-08 17:43:58

Only saw one in the flesh and Maurice Randall was controlling it at a
Lansing, ILLINOIS Commie meet about 3 or 4 years ago.  Guess it is for
Eurpean currents (220 a.c.) and PAL monitor playback.  I remember Maurice
was not too impressed with it.  In whose possession it is now, Raymond, on
this side of the "Pond" is a question.  One fast look by me behind it
showed nothing that would connect like a C= serial port or a user port or
an expansion port.

Craig LeVay

On Mon, 8 Dec 2003, Raymond C. Bryan wrote:

> >I completely forgot to mention it: in the weekend of 28-30 november
> >the HCC Expo was in Utrecht. Somebody dropped a at our stand
> >and told us he was selling them. For those who don't know (anymore),
> >this was a laptoplike shaped PC with all the software on ROM
> >including CCS64 (IIRC). I don't know if you can consider this as a
> >part of the C= history but I
> I don't know what others may say but as for me I say it is part of
> the Commodore history since it was sanctioned by the remnant C=
> company of that time.  I have never seen one close up only photos.
> --Ray
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