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Evesham Vale PC Computer

Evesham Micros released their first home computer, the Vale, in 1992.  This 'beige box' PC has a Pentium 90 processor, 8Mb RAM and both floppy and CD drives.  It runs Windows 95 and is complete with keyboard, mouse and 15" monitor.

Manufacturer: Evesham Micros
Date: 1992



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Voyager 2000 Evesham Micros February 1998

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43301. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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