Newbear 77-68 32K Dynaram Dynamic RAM Board

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32K Dynaram board (issue A) for the Newbear 77-68 home computer, which was based around the Motorola 6800 microprocessor. The Newbear 77-68 was designed as a low-cost microprocessor system that could be built up part by part into a complete system, depending on how much the owner wanted to spend on the system, and what they wanted to use it for.

This dynamic RAM board uses the lost cost 4116 IC which also allowed for low power consumption.

Date : 1977

Manufacturer : Bear Microcomputer Systems

Format : Expansion board

Physical Description : Expansion board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH72151. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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