The Victor 9000, sold in the UK as the ACT Sirius 1, was first released in 1982. It was based on the Intel 8080 processor and featured 128kb of RAM. The Victor 9000 competed with the IBM PC and was arguably the superior machine, being well received by many publications and users. Despite gaining a sales lead over the IBM PC in Europe, by 1984 Victor Technology was filing for bankruptcy.
This is a model 466 configuration of the system.
Manufacturer: Victor Technologies Inc
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