Silicon Valley Micro introduced both models at the 1983 Fall Comdex show, and they were two of a very few microcomputers to use the National Semiconductor 32032 CPU.
Silicon Valley Micro $5000 Model/$10,000 Model (late 1983, transportable)
Original Retail Price: $5000/$10,000
Base Configuration: NS32032 and 8080 CPUs, Unix and MS-DOS, 512K RAM (2MB max), two 5.25-inch floppy disk drives, 140MB hard disk drive ($10,000 Model), tape backup drive ($10,000 Model) integral 9-inch monochrome CRT display, serial and parallel ports, thermal printer
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