Sumicom Inc. (Tustin, Calif.)

Sumicom was a division of Japan’s Sumitomo Corp., one of the largest companies in the world. It introduced the System 330 to the U.S. market in late 1983.

Sumicom System 330 (1982, desktop)
Original Retail Price: $1,795 to $6,475
Base Configuration: 8088 CPU, CP/M-86 or MS-DOS, three expansion slots, 96K RAM (224K max), 16K ROM, 5.25- or 8-inch floppy disk drive, 12-inch monochrome monitor, keyboard/keypad, parallel port
Video: 25-line x 80-column text, 640 x 400 graphics
Important Options: expansion unit, second 5.25- or 8-inch floppy disk drive, 5MB or 16MB hard disk drive, RS-232C interface

Sumicom System 830 (1982, desktop)
Original Retail Price: $4,295 to $7,117
Base Configuration: 5MHz Z80B CPU, CP/M 2.2, three expansion slots, 128K RAM (256K max), two 8-inch floppy disk drives, integral 12-inch monochrome CRT, integral keyboard/keypad, RS-232C port, Enhanced BASIC, integral printer
Video: 25-line x 80-column text, 640 x 400 graphics
Size/Weight: 22 x 27.5 x 20 inches
Important Options: 5MB or 16MB hard disk drive; integral 12-inch color CRT; parallel, IEEE-488, and DA/AD interfaces

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