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MZ 80C

The MZ-80c is based on the MZ-80K, but offers some enhancements to match the professional market of that time. The price was improved too ;-) It was the first MZ-80 computer to be delivered assembled as opposed to first MZ-80k which were sold as kits.

The RAM size is now of 48 KB. The keyboard which was so strange on the MZ-80K because of its matrix organisation, has now a more common layout with a large spacebar key. The numeric keypad is separated.

Another major change is that the monochrome monitor now displays black & green instead of black & white. Useful addons were available such as a disk-drive, a printer and a color & graphic expansion unit (PCG).

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TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  october 1979
KEYBOARD  78 plastic keys
CPU  Zilog Z80 A
RAM  48 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 25
COLORS  10'' built-in monochrome monitor
SOUND  one channel, built-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT  410 (W) × 470 (D) × 270 (H) / 13 kg
I/O PORTS  Expansion bus
BUILT IN MEDIA  Tape recorder (1200 baud)
PERIPHERALS  Floppy disk drives (MZ-80FD), printer, color & graphical addon
PRICE  268,000 yens (Japan, 1979)

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