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Sakhr Computers صخر, developed by Kuwaiti company, Al Alamiah produced an Arabic-language version of MSX computers in the 1980s. Their products included the MSX2, MSX2+ and the Yamaha AX100 models, the latter known as Sakhr MSX AX170. The company was also the first to convert the BASIC computer language to Arabic.
- Sakhr Official website — 
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