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This computer was first made available in 1984, it only allowed data storage over a cassette interface, Radio Shack offered a 16kRAM expansion interface and a thermal printer for the MC-10 but no more, the computer was discontinued in 1985.
 
This computer was first made available in 1984, it only allowed data storage over a cassette interface, Radio Shack offered a 16kRAM expansion interface and a thermal printer for the MC-10 but no more, the computer was discontinued in 1985.
  
 
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This computer was first made available in 1984, it only allowed data storage over a cassette interface, Radio Shack offered a 16kRAM expansion interface and a thermal printer for the MC-10 but no more, the computer was discontinued in 1985.

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