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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.

Manufacturer: Transam
Date: 1980



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Transam Tuscan S100 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Transam Tuscan S100 Software Manual Transam 1980
Transam Tuscan S100 Hardware Manual Transam 1981
Transam Tuscan S100 User Manual Transam 1983

Magazines RELATED to Transam Tuscan S100 in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Personal Computer World - January 1981 Jan 1981
Personal Computer World - November 1981 Nov 1981

Other Systems Related To Transam Tuscan S100:

Item Manufacturer Date
Transam Triton (2) Transam Components 1978
Transam Triton Transam Components December 1978
Transam Tuscan S100 Transam June 1980

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43311. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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