|Name||RM Link 480Z|
|Manufacturer||Research Machines Ltd. ()||Type||Desktop|
|Production start (mm-yyyy)||1982||Production end (mm-yyyy)||-|
|CPU||Z80A - 4 Mhz|
|Operating System||Microsoft BASIC and Z80 Debugger|
|Text (Cols x Rows)||80 x 25|
|Graphics||160 x 192 x 16, 320x192 x 4 or 640 x 192 x 2 colors|
|Storage memory||Tape, floppy opt.|
|Serial port||2||Parallel port||1|
|Others port||IEEE488, joystick, network|
|Original price||Currency original price|
|Note||The Link 480Z is the successor of the RM 380Z, an was also aimed for the educational market.
It was released with a packet of 12 programs on disk:
|Configurations||The firts units came in a black steel case (to match the RM 380Z)with a 40 character TV interface. Later it was expanded to have an 80 column monitor output.
Finally, had been sorted the white plastic cased version was released, with a hi-res add-on card that allowed colour output - the original was monochrome only.
The only peripheral being released was a floppy drive that use a high speed serial link, like the Commodore VIC-1541.
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