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Amstrad SM2400 Modem

Amstrad launched the SM2400 modem, which was a quad speed dial-up modem and boasted speeds of up to 2400baud. It was an internal ISA modem. It was encased in plastic and could fit into Amstrad PC1512 and PC1640 and was released in 1988

Complete with AC adaptor and User Instructions

Kindly Donated by David Braben.

Date : 1988

Manufacturer : Amstrad

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH21963. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Amstrad SM2400 Modem

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