MicroAce Microcomputer (1980)
|MicroAce of Santa Ana, California, produced
the MicroAce microcomputer in 1980. The MicroAce was based on the Z80 processor and came
with 1K memory standard and 2K memory optional. The MicroAce was sold in kit form for
about $149 ($169 for 2K version).
The MicroAce was only about 9 inches by 7 inches, and 1-5/8 inches deep. It had a touch sensitive keyboard and could interface with a TV set and cassette recorder for programs.
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