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The Microcomputer Club Nederland (MCN) was a Dutch computer club which was founded by Vendex in the mid-1980s. The club was centered on the computer departments of the Vroom & Dreesmann department store and the Dixons electronics stores, which sold home computers such as the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and MSX computers. Later they also sold IBM PC compatibles under the brand name Vendex. MCN also issued a same-named magazine and sold accessories such as diskettes under their name. The director of MCN was Maurice de Hond.

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  • De Microcomputer Club Nederland (ook bekend onder de afkorting MCN) was een door Vendex opgerichte computerclub die midden jaren tachtig actief was in Nederland. Ze werd hoofdzakelijk bekend door de uitgifte van een gelijknamig computertijdschrift en door de computerafdeling van V&D en Dixons (die onder andere PC-klonen verkochten onder de merknaam "Vendex" en populaire homecomputers zoals de Commodore 64, de MSX en de ZX Spectrum). Maurice de Hond was de directeur van de MCN. Ook werden onder de merknaam MCN en het bijbehorende logo accessoires verkocht waaronder 5¼ inchdiskettes.
  • The Microcomputer Club Nederland (MCN) was a Dutch computer club which was founded by Vendex in the mid-1980s. The club was centered on the computer departments of the Vroom & Dreesmann department store and the Dixons electronics stores, which sold home computers such as the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and MSX computers. Later they also sold IBM PC compatibles under the brand name Vendex. MCN also issued a same-named magazine and sold accessories such as diskettes under their name. The director of MCN was Maurice de Hond.
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  • De Microcomputer Club Nederland (ook bekend onder de afkorting MCN) was een door Vendex opgerichte computerclub die midden jaren tachtig actief was in Nederland. Ze werd hoofdzakelijk bekend door de uitgifte van een gelijknamig computertijdschrift en door de computerafdeling van V&D en Dixons (die onder andere PC-klonen verkochten onder de merknaam "Vendex" en populaire homecomputers zoals de Commodore 64, de MSX en de ZX Spectrum). Maurice de Hond was de directeur van de MCN. Ook werden onder de merknaam MCN en het bijbehorende logo accessoires verkocht waaronder 5¼ inchdiskettes.
  • The Microcomputer Club Nederland (MCN) was a Dutch computer club which was founded by Vendex in the mid-1980s. The club was centered on the computer departments of the Vroom & Dreesmann department store and the Dixons electronics stores, which sold home computers such as the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and MSX computers. Later they also sold IBM PC compatibles under the brand name Vendex. MCN also issued a same-named magazine and sold accessories such as diskettes under their name. The director of MCN was Maurice de Hond.
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