Ithaca Intersystems DPS-1

InterSystems is the brand name of computers from the Ithaca Company. The DPS-1 is a close relative of the Altair 8800 and Cromenco machines.

Based around the Z80 processor, it had an initial 8KB of RAM that could be expanded to 256KB, and used CP/M or Unix operating systems.

It originally cost around $7,200.

It is claimed to be the last computer that used front switches with LEDs.

Manufacturer: Ithaca InsterSystems Inc
Date: 1979



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