Corona Data Systems PC available
marvin at west.net
Thu Jun 1 12:58:58 CDT 2017
I have a couple of the Corona and Cordata desktops. Apparently Corona
Data Systems was forced to change their name when the manufacturer of
Corona typewriters objected. So yes, Corona did predate the Cordata
My first PC clone was the PPC-400, and I still have the service manual
> From: Sam O'nella <barythrin at gmail.com>
> I have a similar but think mine says cordata which i guess yours is an early model? Is there no model number or serial or was that edited out? Just curious. ?If you post on vcfed.org some younger collectors will find the historical significance interesting of a potential unauthorized IBM compatible. I find those companies that were sued out of existence or folded easily an interesting time in an aggressive young home computer market.?
> -------- Original message --------From: Bob Rosenbloom via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> Date: 5/27/17 10:38 PM (GMT-06:00) To: cctalk at classiccmp.org Subject: Corona Data Systems PC available
> More spring cleaning. This time it's a Corona Data Systems PC.
> Kinda like an old Compaq unit. Has floppy and hard disk, but does not
> boot up.
> Pickup in Santa Cruz, CA
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