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DataTrain DPC-2112

DataTrain DPC-2112

Speed12 MHz
Memory640 KB

What's this?

ServiceWorks

Release Date: 1/1/1987
Manufacturer: ServiceWorks
 
Donated By: Phil Reilly
 
Not much is known about this computer itself, including the actual release date. It is a 286 PC with 640 KB of RAM running at 12 MHz and includes a 5.25" floppy. The history of the brand is another story.

You can read our history on ServiceWorks by clicking on the logo.


User Comments
Jerry mourelatos on Sunday, December 12, 2010
Thank you Gene. Thank you Greg I am now running several IT ventures that allows starters the opportunity that was given to me by Greg Fleck. Greg....When you gave me a break. You are now passing it threw YOU! Jerry Mourelatos
John Mulvihill on Friday, December 03, 2010
In the 80s I worked for Greg and Gene. You won't find two finer gentlemen anywhere. I did their communication materials, internal and external. Greg kindly allowed me to learn on the job. After Roland, witn their excellent line of Datatrain and Roland products, I left to work as a contractor, and went about as far as possible in the Western Canada IT scene. In 1996 I moved to Silicon Valley to be at the heart of the industry. My timing could't have been better: the Web was just about to fire up and change everything. A year later my partner (now in our 26th year) Celso Rivera, an architect, moved down to make a home for us. He joined a red-hot architectural firm, and managed to snag the Apple account for the Western USA! We own pre-bust condos, rent one out, and live in the other, a designer-quality two-bedroom in a gated community, isolated in the Oakland Hills. Tell Greg I drive a Jaguar XJR, which is THE car to get. The new ones are out of this world, and quality control is WAY UP. Celso drives a BMW 330i, a wonderful car in its own right. We have a dog, a Brussels Griffon named Fred. Best regards to my wonderful friends at Serviceworks, the best "work for wages" job I ever had. go to the center of the industry,
Anonymous on Sunday, September 06, 2009
can you guys post a link to the DataTrain's company website because i can't find their website anywhere.
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