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2020 was the worst! COVID kept the museum closed for much of the year and a mains water pipe bursting causing a flood kept us closed for the rest. 
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Casio Super Picky Talk

The Super Picky Talk, released in 1990 functions like a PDA, with a stylus, but is tailored to the children's market, with a dog or a cat at start up for instance.

Features are a notepad, calculator, clock and stopwatch, a drawing pad, with a feature for basic animation.

There are also a few simple games accessed from a toy shelf on the left of the desktop screen. An infrared system can be used to link up the system with other Picky Talk Users.

The system is regarded as a PDA rather than a games console, as no more titles can be put on the machine, though the games are a bit more involved than the usual PDA ones.

 

Casio Super Picky Talk

 

 

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