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S > SYMAG INFORMATIQUE > Micromachine 2000 et 3000


 

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Thursday 12th April 2018
C (USA)

The Micromachine 2000 ran on a Z80A CPU @ 4 MHz and 64Kb RAM. The two 8" floppy disks could hold 500Kb of data each. An extra hard disk could be added, from 5 to 60(!)Mb. It displayed at 512x256 resolution compatible with the Tektronix 4010 terminals. Also, it could run CP/M, BASIC, COBOL, Fortran, Pascal, APL, or Assembler. A French advertisement also proclaims it is compatible with the IBM 3740/34 data entry systems.

Said advertisement also mentions WordStar and DataStar, which may have been included with the machine. At the bottom right, there is a section labeled "Soon...." presumably listing features to be added to the machine. It includes multiprocessing and 5 1/4-inch diskette drives.





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