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A

Ajile - Same as the Hyperion, but sold under another name in Canada

Atari - Yes, Ms Pacman was a killer ap.

Amiga - With its proprietary monitor.

Abco - This was the plastic Apple clone.

Arrow - Apple compatible PC.

Ambra - IBM cheap brand made in Ontario.

AST

Apple - Still here.

C

Cicero - Future Shop Brand 1986 - Present - Contributed by Eagle

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Columbia - DOS PC

Coleco ADAM - I think I need therapy now.

Commodore - 64-128 range and the DOS PC.

Compaq - Still around…kinda?

Cynch

CTX

Certified Data

Cheung - Lasted a couple of weeks

D

Datatrain - Now, these were seriously good PCs.

F

Franklin Ace

G

Grid

H

Hewitt Rand - Canadian Brand - Contributed by Wintechie

Hyperion

HP

Hitachi

I

IBM

Impulse

L

Laser

LG

M

Morrow - Business PC, which used the CPM OS.

N

Novell

P

PAL

Panasonic

Packard Bell - Remember that wedge shaped one?

Philips - With its proprietary screen resolution.

S

Sanyo - Yes, they made PCs before concentrating on vacuum cleaners.

T

Tandon - With its removable harddrive.

Texas Instruments - both the notebook and the famous TI99/4A.

TK-IDM

Trigent

Timex-Sinclair

Toshiba

V

Viewsonic

W

Wyse

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