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Kaypro IV

The Kaypro IV (aka IV'83 later) is not to be confused with the Kaypro 4 (aka 4'84) released one year later. I know, Kaypro model names are REALLY confusing...

The Kaypro IV is basically a Kaypro II with DS/DD full-height floppy drives.

Wordstar started being included in addition to the Perfect Software suite.

NAME  Kaypro IV
TYPE  Transportable
YEAR  1983
KEYBOARD  Detachable, 72 key typewriter style keyboard with 18 programmable keys.
CPU  Z80
SPEED  2.5 Mhz
RAM  64 KB
TEXT MODES  80 chars x 25 lines (character matrix : 5 x 8 dots)
COLORS  built-in 9'' non-glare green phosphor screen
SOUND  built-in speaker (CPU controlled) + keyboard 'key click' and beep
SIZE / WEIGHT  45 x 36 x 21 cm / 15kg
I/O PORTS  1 RS232c serial port, 1 Centronics-type parallel port, keyboard interface
BUILT IN MEDIA  two 5.25'' DS/DD full-height floppy drives (390 KB per disk)
OS  CP/M 2.2

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