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MICROMEGA
Micro M16

The motherboard accommodates up to four memory boards, each with 16 K 16 bit words of programmable memory, four IO cards, and an optional front panel card. A parallel IO card includes two 16-bit input and two output ports as well as EPROM sockets for IO device handler sofware.

System software includes 8K macroassembler, linker and relocate loader, an editor and a debugger.

The M16 provides a 8K PACE BASIC which features IO and memory access, wait for input or timer.

And, last but not least, it is enclosed in a gun stock walnut veneer cabinet (insert oohs & ahs here).

Chad Castagana adds:
Back in 1986 Micromega came out with a Home Robot called Hernie, similar in utility to the Hero Jr from Tandy.
The personal robot looked like a black 'Darth Vader' helmet on wheels, low to the ground. Its 'eyes' where ultrasonic transducers for a sonar locater/ranging system, it also had a musical tone generator and a voice synthesizer. It's programming language was a variant of BASIC specially written for it and called Mother Ernie.


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NAME  Micro M16
MANUFACTURER  Micromega
ORIGIN  Canada
YEAR  1977
BUILT IN GAMES  Unknown
CONTROLLERS  Unknown
CPU  National PACE 16 (16 bit)
BUTTONS  Unknown
SCORE  8 KB
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  Unknown
GRAPHIC MODES  Unknown
COLORS  Unknown
SOUND  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Serial IO ports (2) - RS232 - 1200 bps cassette ports (2)
BATTERIES  Unknown
POWER SUPPLY  Unknown
PRICE  Unknown




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