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Sony
Series 35 Model 10

This computer is a Wordprocessor system which looks like an Apple Macintosh (but is not a Macintosh compatible).

It can work with CP/M. Though it was designed as a word processing computer, it has no mouse (go figure !).

It has a graphical user interface and has special keys to use with the word processor (cut/paste, move line/word etc.).

NAME  Series 35 Model 10
MANUFACTURER  Sony
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1985
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard with arrow keys and editing keypad
CPU  two Z80A
SPEED  4 MHz
RAM  256 KB
ROM  Unknown
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 400
COLORS  monochrom
SOUND  Unknown
I/O PORTS  2 x devices port, printer connector
BUILT IN MEDIA  Two 3.5'' disk-drives
POWER SUPPLY  Internal PSU


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