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Personal Computer World - April 1983

Shelton Signet - A multi-user system with a difference
Real Interfacing - Report on one  solution to connecting the BBC to the outside world
Screenplay -  A look at games for the Dragon 32
LSI M4 - New British 16-BIT micro
Petspeed - A Basic compiler for the PET
Oric-1 - The latest home micro
CP/M-83 - A report on the first ever operating system show
A word in edge ways - How to get your BBC Micro to talk!

Volume 6, No 4

Publication Date : April 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3831. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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