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SBC-100 - S-100 Single Board Computer

The SBC-100 is a single-board Z-80 computer manufactured by American hardware and software manufacturer, SD Systems. The board is based on the S-100 bus standard. The Z-80 CPU ran at 4MHz.

The board was available as either a kit or assembled. The double-sided, solder-masked PCB featured gold-plated edge connectors for S-100, 26-way USART and 26-way I/O , and sockets for ICs. 

Manufacturer: SD Computer Products
Date: 1978

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SBC-100 - S-100 Single Board Computer

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