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2650

The 2650 was first reviewed in the US magazine Radio-Electronics, in the April 1977 issue.

This computer was supplied in assembled form with an Editor / Assembler. A 12K BASIC was also available on cassette tape or floppy if you had the HD interface.

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NAME  2650
MANUFACTURER  Central Data
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
YEAR  1977
CPU  Signetics 2650
SPEED  1.18MHz (Xtal of 14Mhz divided by 12), later increased to 4.73Mhz with improved 2650 chips
RAM  2 KB (up to 32 KB)
ROM  8 KB
TEXT MODES  80 chars. x 16 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  None
COLORS  Monochrome
I/O PORTS  S-100 BUS, one parallel input port
PRICE  2650 board : $275
16 KB RAM board $289
24 KB RAM board $395
32 KB RAM board $475
Editor/Assembler $20 - Basic language $20

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