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Kalamazoo K1100N

The Kalamazoo K1100N was a CP/M-based system sold by Kalamazoo Computer Group based in Birmingham. They were mainly sold to the Automotive Dealership market. It could be provided with various programs such as accounting, payroll, inventory management, etc. The standard system had a VDU, dual-disc drives, and dot-matrix printer. Optionally, several Kalamazoo systems could be networked allowing multiple employees to work on a shared database.

Our K1100N has some cosmetic damage. It has VDU serial number 3192.

Manufacturer: Kalamazoo Computer Group Plc
Date: Unknown

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Kalamazoo K1100N

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