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Exeltel

In 1986, as the micro-computer market was getting ill, some french manufacturers thought that Telematic was the solution. Oric with the Telestrat, Thomson with the TO-9+ and Exelvision with the Exeltel proposed computers with built-in modems and teletext features.

The Exeltel was surely the most innovative of these three systems. It's a "super Minitel" wich can also be used as an answering machine, or can be your children teacher by downloading educative software through a dedicated network.



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NAME  Exeltel
MANUFACTURER  Exelvision
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1986
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Exelcom, Exelquad, Exelspeech.
Exelbasic+ delivered on cartridge
KEYBOARD  detachable full-stroke keyboard, numeric keypad, 79 keys
CPU  TMS 7040 (Texas-Instrument)
SPEED  4,9 Mhz
CO-PROCESSOR  TMS 7042 (I/O)
RAM  82 kb
ROM  96 kb
TEXT MODES  24 x 40
GRAPHIC MODES  320 x 200
COLORS  8 colors
SOUND  TMS-5220, built-in speech synthesizer
SIZE / WEIGHT  40 x 30 x 6,5 cm (main unit)
I/O PORTS  Cartridge slot, exelmémoire slot, expansion slot, tape-recorder, keyboard
BUILT IN MEDIA  Exelmémoire CMOS memory carts
OS  Exeldos
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  Exelwriter printer, RS232/Centronics/mouse/superimposing addon, Exelmouse mouse, Exeldrum, Exeldisk, Exelrecorder (tape-recorder), Exelmémoire memory carts
PRICE  Monochrom model : 547 (France, january 1987)
Color model : 700 (France, january 1987)

  
 

This is an innovative french system ! With its built-in speech synthesizer you can use it as an answering machine. Hmm, but an answering machine was cheaper...

 
  

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