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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.

NAME  Z-1
MANUFACTURER  Cromemco
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
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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