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G > G.Z.E. UNIMOR > Bosman 8


 

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Monday 9th December 2019
Zbigniew ''zibi'' Jarosik (Poland)
Zibiland

Bosman has two 3" floppies, not 3.5" - it was the same floppy drive as used in Timex FDD 3000. Itself it has no graphics card - it uses terminal (ANG-2001 - text only, ANG-3001 - text and graphics). It has 512KB of RAM, paged as 60k blocks (not 64 - 60!) - top 4KB was reserved by OS, RAM over first 64K was used as internal disk.

Monitor connector is DB9, but it is used for video signal AND power drawed from power supply in monitor.

I heard there was a version without floppy - for network usage? I can''t confirm - I haven''t seen any.


Friday 27th April 2012
Exin (Germany)

The U880D is a CPU from GDR.





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