obscure forgoten Machean of Europe?

Pontus Pihlgren pontus at Update.UU.SE
Sun Sep 11 00:56:08 CDT 2016

On Sat, Sep 10, 2016 at 10:31:22PM -0500, Adrian Stoness wrote:
> I've got the model for the Phillips p1000 love to get more stuff to go with
> it. Got the paper cut out scan someone sent me a while back.
> Came across this doing my once every few months search
> https://aconit.inria.fr/omeka/items/show/595
> http://amitrtlu.free.fr/guirimand/G3d.htm
> What other obscure European Machean are out there? 

There are of course Norsk Data that made minis and micros (rumor has it 
North Korea still runs ND). In Sweden we had Datasaab which made minis and 
mainframes. I have a rare micro, the Datasaab D16 which is really a Facit 
which is really an Addo.

Swedish NTI made an 8085 SBC kit for education called Mickey. Finish 
Telercas made an 1802 based home computer called Telmac. (There are several 
swidih micros as well due to NIH syndrome)

Even the danish made minis.

Facit made a very nice mini called DS9000 but only nine or so machines were 
made for the military. It was a custom order, if they had gone commercial I 
think it could have given the PDP-8 a run for its money, at least locally.

There was a french mini I'd like to mention but I don't recall de name.

Feel free to ask me for more details. Most of the above is fairly easily 


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