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C > CONITEC > Prof80


 

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Wednesday 25th July 2012
Fred Jan Kraan (Netherlands)
Yet another computer museum

There were actually two computer systems with the name PROF80:
- The German Comitec system, which was an ECB-bus based Eurocard (optional graphics board).
- The French Pentasonic system which was a TRS-80 Model III clone. This is the displayed system.
There also was a compatible small interface named PROF80 for the TRS-80 Model I and III to be placed between the main board and the CPU, which added an boot menu and RAM bank switching. This allowed CP/M on these machines. The bank switching is different than the LNW-scheme.





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