Transam Tuscan S100
The Transam Tuscan was launched in the UK in June 1980, and developed into a full system in 1981. It was sold as a range of systems starting from a kit of parts based on a motherboard, up to a complete system with floppy and hard disks. It had a Z80 processor and RAM on a motherboard, which also had five S-100 bus slots for expansion. The motherboard contains up to 8KB of static RAM, and four EPROM sockets of 2KB each.
This Transam Tuscan S100 kit computer ran the CP/M operating system and featured 64KB RAM with a quad-density 5.25-inch disk drive.
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