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GR Electronics Oyster 80/165 computer

This is a relatively rare computer which can also be used as a terminal. It was manufactured by GR Electronics from Newport Gwent in the U.K. and was mounted in a very sturdy lockable case.

The overall dimensions are: 10 in x 14 5/8 in x 9 1/2 in.

Our models have serial numbers of 002168 and 002190 and were very kindly donated by Sue Rees.


Manufacturer: GR Electronics
Date: 1988

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