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Compo BS/80

These Compo 80/BS systems (BS stands for Basic) are in fact based upon the NEC TK-80 board system. There are a kind of "all-in-one" offer with a TK-80 board, a plastic case, a real keyboard, a tape-recorder or a numeric keypad and several other boards...

The Compo BS/80A has a remote controled tape-recorder built-in (1200 bauds) whereas the BS/80B must use an external tape-recorder (300 bauds).

A weird feature is that you have to use a key to unlock the system. The keylock is placed above the keyboard on the left-hand side (black square on the picture).

NAME  Compo BS/80
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1978
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, JIS standard, 58 keys
CPU  Zilog Z80A
RAM  7 kb
TEXT MODES  32 x 16
I/O PORTS  Tape-recorder, video output
BS/80A : 2 expansion slots
BS/80B : 3 expansion slots
PERIPHERALS  Memory expansions, printer, monitor, tape-recorder
PRICE  BS/80A : 238000 yens
BS/80B : 198000 yens

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