The Olympia People microcomputer system was released in the late eighties by Olympia International and was intended to be used as a general-purpose office microcomputer.
The computer did fair business in the German market.
The People is designed to run both CP/M-86 and MS-DOS 2.00.
Aftermarket options available included a 20MB Winchester hard disc; a high-resolution colour monitor; and a GPIB interface board.
Our Olympia People has been upgraded to the maximum 512KB memory.
Manufacturer: Olympia International
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