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This single-unit computer was sold in France in 1980. There were in fact three models :

- Series A with two tape-recorders,
- Series B with one disk-drive,
- Series C with a hard-disk (ACS-1740) ?

Three languages were delivered with the system : Extended Basic, Fortran and Cobol.

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NAME  ACS-1007
MANUFACTURER  Advanced Computer Systems
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1979
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Extended Basic, Fortran and Cobol delivered on disks
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard with numeric keypad
CPU  Unknown
RAM  from 32 kb to 144 kb
BUILT IN MEDIA  Serie A : two tape-recorders (131 kb each)
Serie B : one disk-drive (1 Mb)
Serie C : ACS-1740 hard-disk (10 Mb ?)
PERIPHERALS  Printer (ACS-110), Modem

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