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However, you might want to research your Zeniths a little more.
There was never anything called a ZP-500. Your picture of this fictional item is in actuality a ZP-150.
Also, the picture purportedly of a Z-100 is in actuality a Z-161.
M. Curtis McCain
|"Very Good Site. Hope to see your permanent museum soon."
|"GREAT SITE !!!
|"GREAT site, even though I don't "do" PC's myself! Oh yeah... there's a typo in the timeline:
1954 Commodore founded by Jack Traimel as a typewriter repair service company. It's Jack *Tramiel* ..
Fred N. van Kempen
|"Great site. A trip down memory lane."
|"Dave, thanks for taking the time & effort to
preserve some microcomputer history.
You were certainly the SoCal pioneer in
pc "superstore" concept.
ACP kept me alive on components from
|"nice site dave"
|"WHAT!!!! No Byte 8 microcomputer ???
I'll have to send you one....
|"This is a great website. You have a superb collection of vintage systems, and the extras you have added are a nice touch. I can't wait for the completion of the rest of this site. Great Job!"