The Matra & Hachette Ordinateur Alice was produced by Matra and Hachette in France with the cooperation of Tandy Corporation in the US. Three versions of the Alice were released, all with distinctive red cases:
- The original Alice was equivalent to the TRS-80 MC-10.
- The Alice 32 had the same case but used the EEF9345 video chip instead of the MC-10's 6847. The RAM was doubled from 4KB to 8KB.
- The Alice 90 was an upgraded Alice 32, with 32KB of RAM and a full-sized keyboard. It could also accept EF9345 video input to allow overlaying graphics on an external video feed.