Cromemco System Three
'The Cromemco System Three is a microcomputer with the features you want and need to do professional work in almost any field; engineering, science, business/accounting, word processing, data-based management, education, medicine, and others.
Not designed as a desktop system, the System Three is a large and heavy chassis intended to be rack-mounted or built into an office desk. The computer has a large 21-slot motherboard to accept a large variety of memory and I/O to suit virtually any application.
The System Three is available in a multi-user system that lets you do the tasks usually associated with much more expensive time-share computers. You can have up to six terminals, a fast printer, a large RAM memory, and more.
The System Three features the Z-80S chip, the flexible S-100 bus, 64K memory as standard, which was expandable to 16MB, 512K dual 8-inch disks, expandable to 23MB with hard disks, and CDOS, Cromemco's disk operating system which was compatible with CP/M.
In the microcomputer field, the Cromemco System Three stands alone in the range of features and capabilities it offers.
This 1979 microcomputer sold for US $5,990 or £3789 +VAT.
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