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Lucas - Nascom

Timeline for Nascom :

Date Event
May 1980 News Article : Flexibility is main virtue of Nascom System 80
Jun 1980 News Article : Nascom word-processing package
Jul 1980 News Article : Nascom calls in receiver
Aug 1980 News Article : Teletext colour graphics add-on board for Nascom
Aug 1980 News Article : Rescue bid for Nascom
Sep 1980 News Article : Uncertainty over future of Nascom does not stop new wave of add-ons
Oct 1980 News Article : Users' bid to buy Nascom fails as receiver accepts another offer
Dec 1980 News Article : Nascom's buyer brings cash and new projects
Feb 1981 News Article : Gemini's twin floppy-disc system is for Nascoms 1 and 2
Apr 1981 News Article : Music board from Nascom
Jul 1981 News Article : The future of Nascom at Lucas Logic
Oct 1981 News Article : Tangerine soups up Tantel as its rival hits the shops
Oct 1981 News Article : Hullforth fosters programming skills
Jun 1982 News Article : Polydos runs Gemini discs on Nascom
Jul 1982 News Article : Nascom releases Pascal compiler


Hardware Products

Homebrew Nascom Joysticks

Homebrew Nascom Joysticks
Unknown
Two homebrew analogue joysticks and an analogue to digital converter, compatible with the Nascom 1 and 2.

Manufacturer : Nascom 2
Type : Peripheral

Nascom 2

Nascom 2
1977
The Nascom 2, released in 1979, was the successor to the Nascom 1 (1978).

Manufacturer : Nascom Ltd
Type : Computer

Nascom 1

Nascom 1
January 1978
The Nascom 1 was a single-board computer kit officially launched in January 1978 for £197.

Manufacturer : Nascom
Type : Computer

Nascom 2 (4)

Nascom 2 (4)
1st December 1979
The Nascom 2, released in 1979, was the successor to the Nascom 1 (1978).

Manufacturer : Nascom Ltd
Type : Computer

Nascom 2 (3)

Nascom 2 (3)
1st December 1979
The Nascom 2, released in 1979, was the successor to the Nascom 1 (1978).

Manufacturer : Nascom Ltd
Type : Computer


Promotional Items

Nascom 1 & 2

Nascom 1 & 2
1979
Nascom 1 & 2 A4 promotional flyer with kit prices...

Manufacturer : Nascom
Type : Promotional Item


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