Jupiter II Microcomputer by Wavemate (1975)

The Jupiter could interface with a TV for use as a monitor.Software included System Monitor, Debug (in ROM), text editor, assembler and BASIC. The Jupiter II was available in KIT form for $1,225 or fully assembled for $1,885.

Jupiter IIA

Wave Mate's Jupiter II A was based on the 6800 microprocessor and came fully assembled for $795 (1977).

Jupiter IIIA

Wave Mate's Jupiter III A was based on the Z80 microprocessor and came fully assembled for $895 (1977).

Wave Mate offered an optional floppy disk drive unit (from PerSci) which could be mounted in a unit with either the Jupiter II or III.


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