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8086 16-bit computer

Seattle Computer (USA)

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Name 8086 16-bit computer Seattle Computer 
Manufacturer Seattle Computer (USA) Type Desktop
Production start (mm-yyyy) 1981 Production end (mm-yyyy) -
RAM 128Kb ROM
CPU 8086 - 8 Mhz
Operating System 86-DOS
Text (Cols x Rows)
Graphics
Sound
Storage memory Floppy DD
Serial port Parallel port
Others port 22 slots
Original price   Currency original price
Units sold
Note This machine mounts the famous DOS written Tom Paterson made for the Seattle Computer. Born as QDOS, Quick and Dirt Operating System, Paterson realized it by inspiring the CP / M. Then it was sold to Microsoft that made it the MS-DOS and from here the whole story begins. 
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