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S > SORD  > M-100ACE   


The Sord M-100ACE was the professional version of the M-170, offering as standard a floppy disc controller card, a single or dual 5" 143 KB floppy disc unit and a colour graphic video card.

Several I/O interfaces were also added and business oriented developpement tools could be used: FORTRAN and BASIC compilers and COBOL language.

Four successive version were sold - M100-I to M100-IV - offering various hardware and design improvements.
The model pictured here is a M100-III.

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Still interested in the SORD M100, changed email address.
Still "SMUG"

Wednesday 13rd January 2010
Tim Mackay (Melbourne, Australia)
Timothy Mackay

Still interested in the SORD M100, changed email address.
Still "SMUG"

Wednesday 13rd January 2010
Tim Mackay (Melbourne, Australia)
Timothy Mackay

Anyone got a Sord M100 Ace? please let me know. they are still interesting to play with. Did you once have a SORD? Still like to know.

Sunday 26th October 2003
Tim Mackay (Melbourne, Australia)


TYPE  Professional Computer
YEAR  September 1978
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke 75 keys with numeric keypad
CPU  Z80
RAM  32 KB
TEXT MODES  80 char. x 25 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  256 x 64 dots (with optional graphic board)
SOUND  Built-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT  52 (W) x 58 (D) x 11 (H) cm.
I/O PORTS  Parallel, Serial RS-232, Analogue-Digital converter, FD unit, S-100 bus
BUILT IN MEDIA  1 or 2 143 KB 5'' floppy disc drives
OS  Sord O.S.
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  colour monitor
PRICE  $3250 (1 FD version)

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