Educational Microcomputer Systems (Irvine, Calif.)

Although promoted as a portable system, the Micro-One was not a true portable because it did not have its own display or keyboard. It was a small system, and unusual for an American computer in that it used the 3.25-inch microdrive floppy disks.

Educational Micro Systems Micro-One (1983, desktop)
Original Retail Price: $1,295
Base Configuration: 4MHz or 6MHz Z80 CPU, CP/M 2.2, 64K RAM, 2K ROM, 3.25-inch floppy disk drive, two RS-232C and one parallel port, Perfect Software application suite
Size/Weight: 3 x 8 x 12 inches
Important Options: second 3.25-inch floppy disk drive


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