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Microbee Premium Plus

The Microbee Premium Plus is a hybrid kit computer. The baseboard (which has the keyboard, Z80 CPU, PIO, 6545 screen controller and video circuits) is supplied in kit form with comprehensive assembly instructions, and the coreboard is pre-assembled using mostly surface mount technology. it is, effectively, an updated version of the original Microbee computer. The new coreboard design includes floppy disk emulation and storage via SDcard. There is also an ethernet port and high speed serial (RS232) port. There is also another microprocessor on the new coreboard and it has been configured to make the Premium Plus a true dual processor computer.

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Manufacturer: Microworld PTY Ltd
Date: 1982



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Microworld Microbee Model II Microworld PTY Ltd 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH45041. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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