Dynabyte Computer (1980)

  

 

The Dynabyte Control computer came with a Z-80 processor, 16K of RAM, two RS-232 serial ports, an analog I/O interface with 16 channels, a 24-hour real-time clock and ZIBL (Z-80 Industrial Basic Language) interpreter in ROM, keyboard, audio cassette interface and more.

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