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M > MICROMEGA  > Micro M16   

Micro M16

The motherboard accommodates up to four memory boards, each with 16 K 16 bit words of programmable memory, four IO cards, and an optional front panel card. A parallel IO card includes two 16-bit input and two output ports as well as EPROM sockets for IO device handler sofware.

System software includes 8K macroassembler, linker and relocate loader, an editor and a debugger.

The M16 provides a 8K PACE BASIC which features IO and memory access, wait for input or timer.

And, last but not least, it is enclosed in a gun stock walnut veneer cabinet (insert oohs & ahs here).

Chad Castagana adds:
Back in 1986 Micromega came out with a Home Robot called Hernie, similar in utility to the Hero Jr from Tandy.
The personal robot looked like a black 'Darth Vader' helmet on wheels, low to the ground. Its 'eyes' where ultrasonic transducers for a sonar locater/ranging system, it also had a musical tone generator and a voice synthesizer. It's programming language was a variant of BASIC specially written for it and called Mother Ernie.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.
NAME  Micro M16
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Canada
YEAR  1977
CPU  National PACE 16 (16 bit)
SPEED  Unknown
ROM  Unknown
COLORS  Unknown
SOUND  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Serial IO ports (2) - RS232 - 1200 bps cassette ports (2)
OS  Unknown
PRICE  Unknown

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