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De Grafe Silver UC/F


Model Number: 708304-Z 707407-Z
1985 French Video Graphics PC's with Granite Base

Colour: Silver

By: DE GRAFE S.A. This is a SILVER trademark by DE GRAFE S.A. in PARIS

Functions & Features: This listing consists of a set of De Grafe PC’s. These French made PC’s date back to 1985 and were used in video and graphic animation production. The taller tower features a granite base, intended to keep the slim PC from toppling over. On the sides of these units are magnetically sealed expansion houses where the computers can interchange hardware with ease. Dimensions of larger computer: 11 x 57 x 50 cm. Smaller computer: 11 x 57 x 25 cm. 

Electrical Ratings: 230v

These items are in fair to good working condition and cosmetic order with some marks, scratches and scuffs from previous use.

Age: 1985

Dimensions: 23cm (w) x 57cm (d) x 50cm (h).
Weight: 30Kg (approx).

Manufacturer: De Grafe
Date: 1985

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De Grafe Silver UC/F

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