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Sanyo MBC-4050

The Sanyo MBC-4000 series succeeded to the MBC-1150. It was the same all-in-one system including one (MBC-4000) or two (MBC-4050) 5.25" floppy drives, a monochrome display and a keyboard.

It featured a 16-bit Intel 8086 CPU and shipped with the CP/M-86 operating system as well as a Basic interpreter and a spreadsheet called Goal. MS-DOS 2.11 was also available on this machine.

Manufacturer: Sanyo
Date: 1982



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Sanyo MBC-4050 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Sanyo Datastar Training Guide Sanyo Unknown
Sanyo ReportStar Training Guide Sanyo 1982
Sanyo CalcStar Users Manual Sanyo 8 Nov 1982
Sanyo Micropro Sanyo Apr 1983
Sanyo MBC-550 series Micropro Users Guide Sanyo Sep 1983
Sanyo MBC-550 series DataStarTraining Guide Sanyo Sep 1983
Sanyo MBC-550 series Users Guide Sanyo Nov 1983
Sanyo MBC-1100/1150 Users Guide Sanyo 1984

Other Systems Related To Sanyo MBC-4050:

Item Manufacturer Date
Sanyo MBC-2000 Sanyo 1982
Sanyo MBC-555 Sanyo 1982
Sanyo MBC-1150 Sanyo 1984
Sanyo MPC-100 Sanyo 1984
Sanyo MBC-550 Sanyo 1st January 1984

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43889. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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