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Le Guepard

This is a french professionnal computer which had no success.

It was sold with two 5''1/4 floppy-drives (40 tracks, 360k each) but, could be replaced by 80 tracks ones.

A Winchester 5''1/4 hard disk (5 or 10 Mb) can be connected with a special interface, as well as two external 8" floppy disk-drives.

It also has a built-in battery (1 hour long) and a real-time clock built-in.

The Guepard was delivered with a Basic, an Assembler and two operating systems (New DOS 80-2.0 and CP/M+)

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Saturday 7th January 2017

Yeah! I still have it in my mother''s basement. It''s a huge thing. As a child, I spend hours typing small basic programs on it. My father bought it after spending some years(months?) with an acorn atom (do NOT bump the table with the tape player over it!!!). Le guepard seemed so modern and fast compared to it.
I confirm for the colors : it is beige and brown. I remember the very firm feeling of the keyboard.

I think i''m gonna pay a visit to my mother soon !

Wednesday 14th May 2014

Le guepard $ the cheetah

Thursday 12th September 2013
Sakuri (MI, US)


NAME  Le Guepard
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1982
KEYBOARD  QWERTY / AZERTY full-stroke keyboard, with separated numeric keypad and 15 function keys
CPU  Zilog Z80 A
RAM  64 KB (up to 256 kb)
ROM  2 KB (up to 16 kb)
TEXT MODES  Built-in 12'' monitor (mono or color)
24 x 80 / 16 x 64
SOUND  3 voices
SIZE / WEIGHT  45 x 55 x 34 cm / 25 kg
I/O PORTS  Centronics, RS232c, Clock, Light pen, Tape, RGB
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5.25'' drives (360kb each)
OS  CP/M+ (MP/M for multipost purpose)
NEW DOS 80 2.0 (TRS-80 compatible)
arithmetic processor
A/D and D/A converter
Hard-disk and 8'' disk-drives
EPROM burner
Track-ball, joysticks and mouse
PRICE  2286 (France, 84)

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