Not much is known about this UNIX professional system...
It was a 8086/8087 system that ran ai-KUDOS86 (UNIX variant) and could support up to 6 terminals.
It was sold with one or two 8" floppy drives, or one 8" floppy drive and a Winchester hard disk.
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I had this computer a long time ago. I called it: The best and first computer i had. When i buyed it it costs $2,900 (In 1983). I replaced it in 1986 for a Apple Macintosh computer. I think the end of production was in 1987 because of the news.
Friday 13rd April 2007
Colin Dorr (USA)
END OF PRODUCTION
BUILT IN LANGUAGE
Full-stroke keyboard with numeric keypad
5 or 8 Mhz
8088, 8089 (I/O) and optional arithmetic co-processor 8087
256 KB, 512 KB or 1 MB depending models
SIZE / WEIGHT
six RS232c ports (up to 14 in option), Centronics, Expansion bus and IEEE-796 bus GP-IB and IEEE-48 are optional
BUILT IN MEDIA
7,8 MB Winchester hard-disk and one or two 8'' floppy-drives (1 MB)