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Prodest PC 128S

The Olivetti PC 128S was exactly the same machine as the Acorn BBC Master compact. It was sold only in Italy.

Olivetti merely transformed the case design with nice blue and grey patterns and translated all the programs of the original Acorn Welcome disk, as well as the manual into Italian language.

Although it was one of the most advanced 8-bit computer, the PC 128S, like its predecessor, the PC 128, didn't meet a large success, mainly because it came to late on the market, just at the time when the new Atari and Commodore 16-bit machines were launched in Europe.

NAME  Prodest PC 128S
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1987
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke 93-key with 10 function keys and numeric keypad
CPU  65C12 - CMOS version of the 6502 with minor technical changes
RAM  128 KB
ROM  64 KB - OS: 32 KB, BASIC: 16 KB, ADFS: 16 KB
TEXT MODES  80 x 32/25 (2 colors) / 40 x 32/25 (2 or 4 colors) / 20 x 32 (16 colors) / 40 x 25 (Teletext display)
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 256 (2 colors) / 320 x 256 (4 colors) / 160 x 256 (16 colors)
COLORS  16 (8 colors + flashing option)
SOUND  4 channels, 7 octaves
SIZE / WEIGHT  Keyboard unit: 42.5 (W) x 21.7 (D) x 7.7 (H) cm
Expansion unit: 35.1 (W) x 33.3 (D) x 9.5 (H) cm
I/O PORTS  RGB & Composite video out, RS232 (optional), Econet port (optional), Parallel printer, Disk-drive, Joystick/mouse, expansion edge connector
BUILT IN MEDIA  1 or 2 3.5'' 640 KB floppy-disk drives
POWER SUPPLY  Switching PSU in the expansion box
PRICE  Unknown

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