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C > CZERWENY > CZ-1000


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Czerweny CZ-1000 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Monday 14th February 2011
Diego Sapena Pastor (Argentina)

As quoted by Marcelo, you could attach 16kb of extra RAM, but the price you had to pay for it (apart from the money, ''cause it was pretty expensive) was an increased reset time and a desperating slow response time when typing BASIC programs. Other drawbacks were it''s slow transfer rate cassette interface, it''s alarming high working temperature and the fact that many IC''s of the previous ZX80 were replaced by the Ferranti''s ULA (cost-saving idea) yielding the computer useless and repairless if you had it wrong, unless, of course, you could "cannibalizate" another one! Nevertheless, it was for us at that time, an adorable tiny self-contained computer with which we learnt BASIC and Z80 code in an inexpensive way!

Monday 25th September 2006
Marcelo O. Garcia (Hearth)

I owned in the 80's (and still do) a CZ-1000, which is exactly the same as you show in your record, and had 2 Kb of RAM memory. I would add that at that at that time it was also possible to buy a RAM memory expansor, which connected to the CZ-1000 from behind. It featured 16 Kb of memory, which was "a lot" for that that time standards.

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