Asia Commercial Co. built computers for other companies to sell under their own brands. However, the company appears to have sold the ACC 8000 directly to consumers. It was on unusual system, with three different CPUs and able to run a wide range of software, including software for the Apple II. A unique feature is that the keypad is placed at an angle.
The ACC Louise was an IBM PC-compatible desktop that was also able to run CP/M thanks to a Z80 coprocessor. It featured a flip-top case, which made it easy to get to the system components, and an infrared keyboard. The Louise was offered as an OEM system, and it is not clear if ACC sold it under its own brand.
Asia Commercial Co. ACC 8000 (~1983, desktop microcomputer/Apple II clone)
Base Configuration: 6502, Z80A, and 6809 CPUs; CP/M 3.0, FLEX, OS-9, and AppleDOS; 128K RAM (256K max) and 4K ROM; two 5.25-inch floppy drives; keyboard/keypad; RS-232C, RS-422, and parallel ports
Video: 24-line x 80-character text
Important Options: 5MB to 30MB hard disk drive, DM-01 monitor, DP-80 printer
Asia Commercial Co. ACC Louise (~1983, desktop PC)
Base Configuration: 4.77MHz 8086 and 4MHz Z80A CPUs, 128K RAM (1MB max), 2 5.25-inch floppy drives, parallel and 2 serial ports, 4 IBM PC expansion slots, wireless 103-key keyboard, LCD display for calendar and status, 102W power supply, MS-DOS 2.11, CP/M 3.0
Video: 640 x 200 pixels, 8 colors
Important Options: 8087 FPU, hard drive, mouse, Concurrent CP/M-86, LAN