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AVC 777 - J2

This transportable computer is the successor of the AVC-777.

Like its small brother it has a 5'' built-in monitor and thermic printer mounted on the top of the case. This printer can print 40/80 characters / line in 400 dpi.

There also was a desktop model (without built-in screen) named AVC-666.

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NAME  AVC 777 - J2
MANUFACTURER  Aval
TYPE  Transportable
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1982
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, 66 keys
CPU  Zilog Z80 A
SPEED  4 mHz
RAM  64 kb (up to 512 kb)
VRAM  16k
ROM  8k
TEXT MODES  26 x 40, 26 x 73, 26 x 80
COLORS  built-in 5'' monochrom display
SOUND  Beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  14kg
I/O PORTS  RGV, TV, Centronics, 2 x serial/rs232, keyboard, external floppies
BUILT IN MEDIA  Two 5.25'' disk-drives (600 kb each)
OS  CP/M 2.2
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  8'' external disk-drives


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