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HH Tiger

HH Electronics are far more known for their amplifiers than they are computers. The company was founded in 1968 near Cambridge. The HH Tiger was designed by Tangerine but they sold the design to HH Electronics (before renaming themselves Oric).

The Tiger is a very advanced CP/M machine, running a Z80 CPU, with a 6809 CPU on board. Its case is made of structural foam. The computer is very rare and not many of them were sold.

It has a UHF socket, IEEE port, network data link ports, TTL level video port, light pen and cassette ports, parallel printer port, RS232.

Serial Number: 20501
Made in Bar Hill, Cambridge.

Manufacturer: HH Electronic
Date: 1983



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Magazines RELATED to HH Tiger in our Library

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Practical Computing - July 1983 Jul 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH52264. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

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