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This is a brazilian clone of the Tandy MC-10 and, thus, of the Matra-Hachette Alice...

Little is known about this obscure system. Though the case is different from the MC-10 and Alice, the hardware should be pretty the same...

It is important to note though that this clone computer (like many other Brazilian systems which are direct copies of other well known computers) is not illegal according to brazilian law. Brazil had, for a long time, a policy of protecting its internal computer market. As part of this policy, it was not illegal to copy foreign hardware or software.


Contributors: Marcio Migueletto de Andrade, Gabriel Graça.

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NAME  MicroColor
MANUFACTURER  Sysdata Eletronica
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Brazil
YEAR  1983
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Microsoft Basic Level II
KEYBOARD  QWERTY calculator style keyboard, 48 keys, Basic statements written above keys
CPU  Motorola 6803 (6800 compatible)
SPEED  1.8 MHz ?
CO-PROCESSOR  MC-6847 Video Generator
RAM  4 KB, 3142 bytes left for user
ROM  12 KB
TEXT MODES  32 x 16
GRAPHIC MODES  With Basic : 64 x 32 (semi-graphic characters), 8 colors
With machine-code : up to 128 x 192, 2 colors
SOUND  1 channel sound generator through TV speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT  216 x 178 x 51 mm / 900 gr
I/O PORTS  RGB video out (DIN8) , Expansion port, Tape (DIN6), Serial (DIN5), power IN
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply unit
PRICE  Unknown

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