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Fuller FD System for ZX80/81

THE FULLER DP system consists of a keyboard unit which contains your ZX-80 or ZX-81 printed circuit board and a keyboard made up of 40 microswitches in the same layout as the Sinclair flat keyboard. The tops of the keys are stepped and have on the key-tops the same symbols as the Sinclair keyboard, covered with a clear plastic top to prevent wear.

The system can be built up using the 16K RAM pack and a motherboard which will accept any boards which will plug into the standard 23 x 2-way edge connectors.

The power supply can be fitted inside the case and can reduce the number of cables required to connect the unit. The system requires only a screwdriver to assemble unless you have ZX-80; if that scares you, Fuller will do it for £10. The basic system, which consists of the cased keyboard, costs £32.75 as a kit or £38.75 built.

Fuller Micro Systems were made at Liverpool, U.K. in 1983

Date : 1983

Manufacturer : Fuller

Format : Desk Top

Physical Description : Computer Fuller case and Keyboard Outer box

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH23723. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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