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MICRAL 80/22

In 1973, the french mini-computer company R2E build the first European mini-computer and called it "MICRAL". In 1979, CII-Honeywell-Bull (now Bull), bought this company and presented this Micral 80-22 under their logo.

This was a very expensive french computer conceived for the French education market. The price was set ridiculously high since the company knew that the french government would be able to pay such a price !

The basic operating system of this machine was Prologue, a multitasking, multiuser OS. It was commonly combined with the BAL programming language, a mix of BASIC and COBOL with powerful files management commands, made by R2E. Both Prologue and Bal were much more efficient and powerful than CP/M and later MS-DOS but sadly, they virtually never reached beyond the French borders.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.

 

Here in Argentina we had Bull computers, I used to service Questar/M, Micral 90 and Micral 60, I really miss the Micral 90, up to 8 terminals or 4 terminals and 4 printers attached 1024KB RAM, Cynthia hard Disks 10MB fixed, 10 MB removible, running over Prologue 90 and Bal programming, that was late 80´s early 90´s

          
Monday 4th April 2011
hugo h (Argentina)

It was cute, but it got so slow so I got rid of it. Now I am sad. It was cute.

          
Saturday 23rd October 2010
Richie (Canada)

I got one honeywell bull micral 80 22 G
It send to any museum
see you

          
Thursday 21st November 2002
wally (france)

 

NAME  MICRAL 80/22
MANUFACTURER  Bull
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1980
END OF PRODUCTION  1987
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  None
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke 73 key with arrow keys
CPU  Zilog Z80
SPEED  3 MHz
RAM  64 KB (up to 256 kb)
ROM  12 KB
TEXT MODES  80 chars. x 24 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  Graphics capabilities (unknown resolution)
COLORS  Monochrome (green & black)
SOUND  Beeper into the video terminal
SIZE / WEIGHT  Heavy !
I/O PORTS  Serial, Parallel, Bull terminal, Lan
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5.25'' single side 160 KB floppy disk drives (hard sector diskettes)
OS  CP/M, Prologue
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  3 internal slots for expansion cards
PRICE  7081 (France, 1981)




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