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M203 Mark II

This computer was designed for industrial or engineering applications thanks to its analog to digital/digital to analog converters and to its numeric I/O ports. It has a built-in numeric processor called APU. It is possible to connect up to 4 hard disks (each drive is connected on a special DMA channel designed for the hard disks).

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NAME  M203 Mark II
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1980
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard with numeric keypad
CPU  Zilog Z80 A
RAM  64 KB
VRAM  Unknown
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  80 x 24
COLORS  monochrome
SOUND  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RS232 (2), Bus S100, ADC/DAC, I/O ports (32), IEEE 488
BUILT IN MEDIA  From one to four 5.25
OS  Sord OS, CP/M, UCSD Pascal
PRICE  Unknown

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