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C > CROMEMCO  > Z-1     


The Cromemco Z-1 uses an IMSAI chassis, with 22 card slots and a 28 amperes (about 300 watts) power supply. The major innovation of the Z-1 is the use of the 4 Mhz version of the Z-80 processor. It is also equiped with its own 2708 type EPROM burner card.

Like the IMSAI, the Basic version of the Cromemco Z-1 is programmed through the front panel switches, and results are read from the front panel leds... Hopefuly, it is possible to connect a standard Video terminal through the serial port.




It was the IMSAI 8080

they look alike

Tuesday 22nd November 2005
Tommy (...)

This is the computer from the movie War Games (1983)

The company Cromemco is still building these
on there website, for 8bit programming needs
(they have some that run at 90 mhz)

Tuesday 22nd November 2005
Tommy  (playing halo on my pimped-out 386)

thought id post a msg while no one else has, n what an ugly weird thing

Sunday 5th January 2003
paul (uk)


TYPE  Professional Computer
YEAR  1976
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic Interpreter
CPU  Z-80
SPEED  2 or 4 Mhz.
RAM  8 Kb. Static RAM (2 x 4 Kb. cards)
ROM  8 Kb.
TEXT MODES  25 lines x 80 char. with a RS-232 terminal
I/O PORTS  1 x Serial RS-232
POWER SUPPLY  28 amperes internal power supply
PERIPHERALS  22 card slots
PRICE  Basic version : $2495




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