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The Untold History of TIMEX Computers

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  1. Rezzary's Avatar
    Great video! I found it very interesting! I have an assignment now, I need to write essay about computer history. It is quite difficult for me so I decided to search for third party help. My group mate recommended me to use service, how do you think it is good idea to order my work?
  2. KathrinaDupree's Avatar
    The Timex Sinclair 1000 was the first cheapest home computer produced by Timex Sinclair. I got a lot of knowledge and the history of TIMEX computers from this post. Thanks for sharing such a piece of useful information. lupus symptoms women Your blog is always my favourite.
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    I saw one of this before from a neighbor who is now an owner of a company, who do commercial epoxy flooring, it really looks like a miniature computer or a bulky calculator. Thanks for showing us the video, it just reminded me of a lot of things from my childhood.
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  7. jason96's Avatar
    It was launched in July 1982, with a US sales price of US$99.95, making it the cheapest home computer at the time, it was advertised as the first computer under $100.
  8. Dan13la's Avatar
    I never knew that Timex also invented miniature computers until I found this post and watch the video. Thanks for sharing. I will share this information to a friend of mine working in a landscaping company in Texas.
  9. jason96's Avatar
    The Timex/Sinclair 1000 was the U.S. version of the Sinclair ZX-81, which was made by Sinclair Research, Ltd. One of the earliest versions of the home computer, the TS-1000 hit stores in 1981.
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    It is really an informative post and it gives me more information about TIMEX computers. list of builders in Kochi The video you have shared is really good and it makes this post more understandable. You gave a detailed description of this Timex computers and it is very useful also.
  11. ryanbabraham's Avatar
    Thank you for sharing the wonderful and informative data for us. You give me proper knowledge of the Timex computers and its uses. I appreciate your work. Keep going. Your video is excellent. types of marketing intermediaries I want more details about Timex computers.
  12. M1k3L's Avatar
    Really? Never heard that Timex ventured on products such as this until I discover this post. Thanks for sharing, i learn something new today. Also, just in case you're looking for fencing contractors in McAllen or nearby, check out this fence company near me.
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    It’s quite strange, that modern students are still ready to pay for essays, having so many sources of free help around. The Internet era makes academic papers writing much faster and easier, giving you a chance to find and use all the information.
  14. jason96's Avatar
    It was launched in July 1982, with a US sales price of US$99.95, making it the cheapest home computer at the time; it was advertised as "the first computer under $100" residential carpet cleaning the computer was aimed at regular home users. Unlike earlier computers aimed at home users, the TS1000 was not a kit which had to be soldered and assembled. As purchased, the TS1000 was fully assembled and ready to be plugged into the users' home TV (which served as a video monitor).
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    So Timex computers started it all? Affordable SEO Services
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    Wow! this is amazing. Is there available at the vintage store? I love collecting vintage stuffs.
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    Very vintage and retro Lubbock Lights. I enjoyed hearing the history here. Thanks.
  20. LarrySwann's Avatar
    Quite a good share about Timex history. I never thought that they also deal business with micro computers before. Anyway, if you're a business owner and haven't heard about fix this next, then this is the time you check it out. Please click the link. Thanks!
    Updated May 12th, 2020 at 15:42 by LarrySwann
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