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Micro Decision

This was a CP/M business machine, and was sold with either one or two floppy drives, and a single board Z80 design, and was designed for the market share of the IBM Deskwriter, costing a lot less, including a monitor and external 8 inch drive in the early models.

A later IBM compatible system was to launch, and the last computer was MS DOS compatible, before Morrow Designs went bankrupt after the company president went to work for Zenith.

Manufacturer: Morrow Designs
Date: 1982

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