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Kemitron
Naja

This is a brasilian Tandy TRS-80 Model III compatible system.

It didn't sell well as the CP-500 was a too popular TRS-80 compatible system in Brazil.

In 1985, a new model named Naja 800 was marketed. It had a 14 Kb EPROM, 128 Kb RAM, built-in monitor, 70 keys keyboard with numeric keypad and a hard-disk.

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This response might be a little late but yes, it is hardware-compatible with the TRS-80. I used to use authentic Radio Shack 5 1/4"disk drives connected to a Naja. I don''t remember if it needed an add-on board$ probably it did, though.

          
Tuesday 9th December 2014
Cristiano (Brazil)

I have one model of this, an I would like to know if this model is compatible in hardware with the TRS, I mean the disk drive.

          
Monday 27th May 2013
Umberto (Brasil)

 

NAME  Naja
MANUFACTURER  Kemitron
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Brazil
YEAR  ? 1984
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic Level II
KEYBOARD  QWERTY keyboard with numeric keyboard, 65 keys, auto-repeat, portuguese special characters
CPU  Z80A
SPEED  2,1 Mhz / 3,6 Mhz (software switchable)
RAM  48 kb (up to 64k for CP/M)
ROM  16 kb
TEXT MODES  16 x 32, 16 x 64
GRAPHIC MODES  192 x 64, 256 x 192
COLORS  Monochrome built-in monitor
SOUND  Beeper
I/O PORTS  Parallel port, 6 expansion slots, tape interface (500 and 1500 bauds), video output
BUILT IN MEDIA  Up to four optional 5''1/4 disk-drives (163 kb)
OS  NajaDOS (NewDOS 80), CP/M optional
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  12'' monochrome monitor (green), 4 disk-drives interface, 4Mhz addon


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