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SYMAG Informatique
Micromachine 4000

This early french system was proudly sold as a 16 bits computer. The operating system was CP/M, compatible with the multi-user MP/M 86 os and the CP/NET 86 net system.

The following languages were available : Fortran 86, Basic 86, Pascal 86, Pascal M86, C Basic 86, Ciscobol 86, Form s 2, Vedit 86 and Forth 86. wow !

This computer was the successor of the Micromachine 2000 and 3000 8-bits systems.

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NAME  Micromachine 4000
MANUFACTURER  SYMAG Informatique
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1982
KEYBOARD  AZERTY mechanical keyboard with numeric keypad.
CPU  8086
SPEED  5 Mhz
RAM  256 kb (up to 1 Mb)
I/O PORTS  S100 bus
3 parallel ports
2 serial ports
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 8'' floppy-drives of 600 kb each
OS  CP/M 86
PERIPHERALS  Hard-disk planned...


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