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The SPC-1000 is a Z80-based home computer from Samsung. This machine was developed in Korea, but built-in BASIC was written by Hudson soft in Japan.

Because of its integrated tape recorder design, it looks like MZ 700 series.

It has a button 'ILP' on its left side. Pushing ILP button enables this machine to load a new O/S from tape recorder. (This concept resembles MZ 700, too).

This machine was quite popular at the first time, but advent of MSX and MSX2 pushed this machine off the market.

CP/M was available with double-side, double density floppy disk drives. But the cost of the FDD unit and poor display capability limited its use.

Part of early productions were delivered under the name of SPC-1100.

Thanks to Kue-Hwan Sihn from Korea for info and picture.

NAME  SPC-1000
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1982
KEYBOARD  Full stroke 67 keys with funtion keys
CPU  Z80-A
RAM  64 KB
ROM  32 KB
TEXT MODES  32 chars. x 16 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  128 x 192 / 256 x 192 dots
COLORS  9 (semigraphic), 4 (128 x 192 mode), 2 (256 x 192 mode)
SOUND  3 voices, 8 octaves (AY-3-8910 chip)
SIZE / WEIGHT  48(W) x 27.5(D) x 9.5(H) cm.
I/O PORTS  34-pin expansion bus, 1 joystick, centronics, video out(NTSC), RF
BUILT IN MEDIA  Built-in 1200 baud tape recorder
OS  CP/M applicable when FDD is attached
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in 110V/220V power supply unit
PRICE  495,000 won (about $600)

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