Got this one from Marktplaats, it didn’t include the software or manual but has the microphone. On must Ebay that is missing. Will buy another one for the software and better styrofoam to get it complete and in better shape.
Found two Phonemark Data Drive with two wafers. First one would not load the operating system, second wafer was eaten by one of the drives. Bummer. If you get one of these drives, before putting the wafer in, make sure to tap the wafer to prevent it from getting stuck. Thanks to facebook i got my hands on 10 wafers in the UK, will ship to Southampton for pickup. These wafers are hard to get overhere, but seems quit easy to get in the UK. A datadrive for the Spectrum used these wafers as well and are quit popular in the UK.
Got my hands on a Cardborard Cartridge port expander. On this one you can can manage the Exrom and Game lines. Bought this one with 5 carts included which where probably from the previous owner. More info and the manual on the expander can be found here.
Found two 1901 monitors, both without the latch. One on firing up, started to distribute some odor and smoke in my study. The casing of this one was better looking than on the other one. Transferred casing, will keep the working one and gave a way the one is in desperate need of some TLC. I will stick with the four monitors I have now, eh 5. 1701,1702,1801, 1048s and the 1901.
Datalife floppies…all my self written programs where on these disks back then. I wrote my German assignment on these (topic: nucleair energy, they were building the Kalkar reactor back then, just over the German Border, both assignments done on a Corona PC, the first private computer project from my dad’s work) and I wrote the final assignment for history on this one. Modern History of China, from the later 18th century. Brings back memories.