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Apply 300

Very little is known about this very rare Brazilian computer.

CDSE stands for Centre de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas Eletricos. The Apply 300 is a home computer aimed at computing initiation. As usual with most Brazilian computers, it must be a copy of a more famous computer... but which one ?

The Apply 300 is powered by a Z80A CPU cadenced at 3.24 MHz. There seems to be 32 KB and a 48 KB models. There is a BASIC language bundled in the 8 KB ROM.

Text resolution is 32 x 24, and graphical resolution is only 64 x 44 !

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NAME  Apply 300
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Brazil
YEAR  1983
KEYBOARD  Calculator type QWERTY keyboard with numeric keypad.100 keys in total.
SPEED  3.24 MHz
RAM  32KB or 48 KB depending on models
TEXT MODES  32 x 24
I/O PORTS  joysticks, RS-232C, tape recorder, video RF output, composite video output

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