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SCL Unicorn Microcomputer Mainboard

Semi-conductor Compex Ltd, an Indian goverment enterprise, built BBC Microcomputers under the name SCL Unicorn Microcomputer in 1985/6.

Serial No. 0007992
Motherboard SCL Unicorn Microcomputer
CPU SCL6502
CPU Clock 2MHz
RAM 32KB
ROM 48KB (16KB + 2 x16KB sideway ROM)
Disc Controller Intel 8271

Our PCB was very kindly donated by Mark Cook

ForThe above information and for photographs of a similar computer see
http://chrisacorns.computinghistory.org.uk/Computers/SCL_BBCB.html#Motherboard

Manufacturer: SCL
Date: 1985



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