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Virtually no information about this training board that was provided, prior to the Hektor PT602 with a Open University course called 'Microprocessors and Product Development - a course for managers'.

The choice of the microprocessor is a bit surprising as the 8049 was more a microcontroller than a true microprocessor. Later, the 8049 will be commonly found inside dot-matrix and PC keyboards.

More info needed!

Thanks to Chris Millard for the picture.

MANUFACTURER  Open University, UK
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  1979
KEYBOARD  21 keys Hexadecimal + function keys
CPU  Intel
SPEED  Unknown
RAM  128 byte? (holded into the 8049)
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  8-digit Led display
POWER SUPPLY  External AC adaptor
PRICE  Unknown

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