Enterprise 128 - One Two Eight

The Enterprise One Two Eight was a British computer with a BASIC Interpreter which was supplied on a ROM cartridge and could be easily replaced with any other language. This BASIC is a very powerful structured basic with great graphic commands and can store several programs simultaneously in RAM. It has a small word processing in ROM and up to 32 computers can be linked together.

But despite its great characteristics and all its interfaces, the Enterprise 64 was a flop in the marketplace. Several months later, a new model was launched: the Enterprise 128, which was simply an Enterprise 64 with 128 KB RAM.

Manufacturer: Enterprise Computers
Date: 1st January 1984

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Enterprise 128 - One Two Eight

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