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Cumana EMU

The Cumana EMU is similar to products from Commotion and HCCS which address the limited expandability of the A3000, A3010, A3020 and A4000, with a carrier board with functional micro podules. In this case the micro podule is a BBC User port.

The Cumana EMU consists of a base unit and up to 3 micro podules attached to the podule backplate. There is a BBC User port micro-podule plugged in to this unit. It it similar to the HCCS Ultimate podule range which has a selection of micro-podules to plug into the base unit. The sockets are the 3 vertial connectors on the base unit. 

Date : 1st January 1993

Manufacturer : Cumana Ltd

Format : Expansion Board

Physical Description : Carrier board BBC user port

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH48409. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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