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-====== Not Yet Supported Targets ====== 
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-In this page we're listing those z80 targets platforms which might be included in future. 
-Links are provided to help in studying them. 
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-==== Research Machines ==== 
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-== 380Z == 
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-COS (Cassette Operating System) support is missing, but this machine can be used with the generic CP/M port. 
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-== LINK 480Z == 
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-ROS (Resident Operating System) was mostly compatible to COS, a resident BASIC interpreter was available as well as CP/M on the expanded systems. 
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-Graphic modes: 640 x 192 monochrome, 320 x 192 (4 colours), 160 x 95 (8 colours) 
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-==== AC1 Amateur Computer ==== 
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-Self-built computer project invented by a HAM radio group in Berlin. 
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-[[http://www.ac1-info.de/|www.ac1-info.de]] 
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-==== Amstrad ==== 
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-Units sold (PCW series): > 8 Million 
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-== PCW 10 == 
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-Great Graphical OS: 'Roseanne' 
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-== PCW 16 == 
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-Great Graphical OS: 'Roseanne' 
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-== PCW 8256 / 8512, PCW 9256 / 9512 / 10 == 
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-CP/M OS,  High Resolution Graphics capabilities 
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-== PDA 600 == 
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-A pen-pad computer.  [[http://homepage.bg.bib.de/~bibhot/pda600/|Old rusty page with little technical insights]] 
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-< 1 million units sold. 
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-==== Argo (USSR) ==== 
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-The MESS emulator emulates it, another Russian computer with the same name existed but it was a zx Spectrum clone. 
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-==== Bandai Gundam RX-78 ==== 
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-==== M.A.I. Basic Four series ==== 
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-[[http://www.obsoletecomputermuseum.org/mai/|M.A.I. S10 Basic Four]] 
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-==== BCS 3 ==== 
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-[[http://hc-ddr.hucki.net/wiki/doku.php/homecomputer:bcs3|Eckard Shiller's BCS microcomputers]] 
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-==== Bondwell ==== 
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-They are CP/M systems. Support for their Speech Synthetizer could be nice, though. 
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-==== Casio ==== 
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-== FP-1000 / 1100 == 
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-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras (high resolution graphics) 
-[[http://casio.ledudu.com/pockets.asp?type=1805|FP1000 introduction]] 
-[[http://casio.ledudu.com/pockets.asp?type=2731|FP1100 introduction]] 
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-== FX-9000P == 
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-== PV-2000 == 
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-AKA RakuGaki in JP 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S/OS but deserving specific extras 
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-==== Coleco Adam ==== 
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-==== Compucorp 600 Series ==== 
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-Proprietary operating system 
-==== Epson ==== 
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-== QX-10 == 
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-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras 
-High rez vector graphics engine (μPD7220). 
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-== HX-20 == 
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-[[http://hxtape.sourceforge.net/|HXTAPE tool]] 
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-==== Erik ==== 
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-This is a z80 based clone of the "Specialist" russian computer (in turn built around the 8080 CPU). 
- 
-[[http://micko-wip.blogspot.it/2008_03_01_archive.html|The Erik computer on the Micko's WIP blog]] 
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-==== HomeLab family (Hungary) ==== 
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-==== Fujitsu ==== 
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-== FM-16 Beta == 
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-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras 
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-== Micro 16s == 
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-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras 
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-==== GSX-80 - CP/M Graphics Extension ==== 
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-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_Environment_Manager#GSX|GSX described in Wikipedia]] 
- 
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-Few CP/M systems, were able to support graphics. 
-In the GSX documentation a GDOS software substrate is mentioned, but it leads to confusion because the same name was often used. 
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-GSX (Graphics System eXtension) is a set of 32 "system calls" that get added to the BDOS and BIOS calls of a CP/M system, thus "extending" it (like CP/NET extends CP/M to provide Local Area Network capabilities). 
-It was available for CP/M (both 2.2 and 3.1), CP/M-86 (2.2 and 3.1), and MS-DOS and sort of portable, depending on the device drivers affinity.  The skeleton driver was built around the "Tektronix 4010" graphics terminal showing that any CP/M computer could virtually be capable of graphics if improved.  GSX eventually evolved into a GUI called GEM. 
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-[[http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/digitalResearch/gsx/GSX-80_Graphics_Extension_Programmers_Guide_Nov82.pdf|GSX Programmer's Guide]] 
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-[[http://www.seasip.info/Cpm/gsx.html|GSX described in the John Elliott's web site]] 
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-[[http://www.cpm.z80.de/roche|At bottom of this page in z80.de, GSX unofficial disassembly + others]] 
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-== Epson QC-10 / QX-10 / QX-16 == 
- 
-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras 
-High rez vector graphics engine (μPD7220). 
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-== Fujitsu Micro 16s == 
- 
-[[http://fjkraan.home.xs4all.nl/comp/qx10/diskimages/README_qx10cpmplus.TXT|QX-10 CP/M Plus Supplied by MML Systems Ltd, supports GSX]] 
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-== NCR DecisionMate V == 
- 
-μPD7220 based video hardware. 
-[[http://www.thecorememory.com/dmv.pdf|Italian article about the DecisionMate V]] 
- 
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-== Kyber Minus == 
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-[[http://www.computerhistory.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=299&Itemid=170|Kyber Minus presented in computerhistory.it]] 
- 
-== Dual Z80 "Lynx" == 
- 
-μPD7220 based video hardware. 
-[[http://www.chiaki.cc/Lynx/|Japanese website describing the Lynx]] 
- 
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-== Ontel Amigo / Cortex C/WP == 
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-[[http://www.retrovisions.gr/inv/topic/2481-%CF%80%CE%B1%CF%81%CE%BF%CF%85%CF%83%CE%AF%CE%B1%CF%83%CE%B7ontel-amigo-cwp-cortex/|An article..  yes it is greek !]] 
-[[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=899&st=1|The C/WP at old-computers.com]] 
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-== Sperry Univac UTS series == 
- 
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-== Televideo TS-803 == 
- 
-[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otf6H8sGldA|A YouTube Video showing the GSX-80 capabilities]] 
- 
-== Televideo Teletote I == 
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-[[http://bitsavers.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/bits/Televideo/TPC-1/TPC1_CBIOS_Extr/TPCIDATA.MAC|TPC1, Teletote I, TS-80x and Televideos' BIOS source]] 
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-== Televideo TPC-1 == 
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-[[http://home.total.net/~hrothgar/museum/TPC1/index.html|TPC1 shown in an online museum]] 
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-== Visual Technology 1050 == 
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-[[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=842|The Visual 1050 at old-computers.com]] 
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-== Amstrad 6128 == 
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-[[http://www.seasip.demon.co.uk/Cpm/gsxint.html|Amstrad models and emulator drivers overview]] 
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-== Amstrad PCW series == 
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-[[http://cpcrulez.fr/applications_CPM_introduction_a_GSX_CC.htm|A GSX setup tutorial in french for the PCW series]] 
- 
-[[http://www.fvempel.nl/basic.html|MALLARD BASIC (for the PCW-8000 series) page, on its bottom GSX stuff is attached]] 
- 
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-==== MC6845 PCG and Graphics ==== 
-The 6845 CRTC chip was used in many expansions for the CP/M. 
-The MicroBEE is already supported. 
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-===  VDU Expansion Board (VDUEB) for the Dick Smith Super-80 === 
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-==== Husky Hunter ==== 
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-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Husky_(computer)|Wikipedia page about the Husky Hunter]] 
- 
-[[http://www.seasip.info/VintagePC/husky2.html|Some Husky 2 tech infos]] 
- 
- 
-As for the Victor Micronic the display is controlled by an HD61830. 
- 
-==== Misc HomeBrew Z80 projects ==== 
-[[http://www.z80.info/homebrew.htm|Link to www.z80.info]] 
- 
-[[http://digitarworld.uw.hu|digitarworld.uw.hu: a recent project, emulated by MESS]] 
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-==== Hanimex (Soundic) Pencil II ==== 
- 
-Made in Hong Kong and sold in Australia and France, it was able (in expanded mode) to run the ColecoVision cartridges. 
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-==== Self Built ISA board for the IBM PC ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.cryogenius.com/hardware/z80board/|Gyro adds a homebrew Z-80 to his 486 PC..]] 
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-==== Luxor ==== 
- 
-The ABC800 support is still at an earlier stage.  Target specific extensions could be interesting. 
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-== ABC802 == 
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-== ABC806 == 
- 
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-==== Mael Idea ==== 
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-They were mostly CP/M systems, but the model 1080 had a resident program only. 
- 
-[[http://www.computerhistory.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=354&Itemid=172|A page related to the Idea computer at computerhistory.it]] 
- 
- 
-==== NEC ==== 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras  
- 
-[[https://classictech.wordpress.com/computer-companies/nec-home-electronics-usa-elk-grove-village-ill/|NEC systems overview]] 
- 
-[[http://www.geocities.jp/retro_zzz/machines/nec/index.html|NEC systems overview, Retro Computer People, JP]] 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PC-8801|PC-8801 on Wikipedia]] 
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-== NEC Compo BS/80 == 
- 
-Made in 1978, 7K RAM 
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-== PC-8001 == 
- 
-== PC-8801 family == 
- 
-== PC-9801 family == 
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-== PC-8005 == 
- 
-  A great CP/M based portable 
- 
-== PC-8401 / PC-8500 == 
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-  LCD Display, CP/M portable 
- 
-  The PC-8300 is a Kyocera project, rebranded also by Olivetti and Tandy Radio Shack, the CPU shoulud be 8085 compatible (not Z80). 
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-==== Micronique Victor / Hector ==== 
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-Two series were made, tbe "Victor II" had more memory and better graphics. 
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-==== MYCOM Z80-A ==== 
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-Japan Electronics College MYCOMZ-80A 
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-==== Nuova Elettronica Z80NE ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.z80ne.com/|Z80NE WebSite]] 
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-==== SORD ==== 
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-Some SORD systems had CP/M optionally but had their own "Sord DOS" too (the M5 is already supported by z88dk). 
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-== M-100ACE == 
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-== M-170 == 
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-== M203 / M223 == 
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-== M23 == 
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-Supported via the CP/M target port but featuring math and graphics extras 
- 
-== M243 == 
- 
-As above 
- 
-== IS 11 == 
- 
-Peaturing the PIPS spreadsheed as operating system, optional ROM could be added. 
- 
-==== Tesla SAPI 1Z ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.oldcomputers.wz.cz/pocitace/JPR-1/JPR-1.html|SAPI models description at www.oldcomputers.wz.cz]] 
- 
-...Lots of infos at sapi.cz, [[http://www.sapi.cz/sapi/doku2/mikrobasic.php|this is relevant]] 
- 
- 
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-==== Tesla Ondra ==== 
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-== Ondra == 
-[[https://sites.google.com/site/ondraspo186/]] 
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-== Orion == 
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-== Orion PRO == 
- 
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-==== Videoton TVC ==== 
- 
-An Hungarian computer close to the Enterprise 
- 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TVC_(computer)|The TVC computer on Wikipedia]] 
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-[[http://gaia.atilia.eu/download/WinTVC1.0.6_x64.zip|WinTVC emulator]] 
- 
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-==== Conitec Datensysteme - PROF 80 / 180 ==== 
- 
-This one was compatibleto the TRS80, but it'd be nice to add support for its GRIP (Graphical IO-Processor) 
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-==== Microkey - Primo family ==== 
- 
-Hungary 
- 
-[[http://gaia.atilia.eu/download/Ultimo1.5_x64.zip|Ultimo - a Primo emulator]] 
- 
-==== Robotron / VEB Mikroelektronik ==== 
- 
-Robotron produced computers in the eastern Germany.  Their systems were powered by a Z80 CPU clone called U880. 
- 
-The [[http://www.jens-mueller.org/jkcemu/|The Java KC-Emulator]] is probably the more stable and advanced tool, at the moment.    The website includes also lots of information. 
- 
-The [[http://kcemu.sourceforge.net/|KCemu emulator]] in another powerful and advanced emulation suite, even if at the moment it is a step backwards compared to the one written in Java.  Moreover the Windows port is still slightly unstable. 
- 
-[[http://www.sax.de/~zander/index2h.html|Ulrich Zander]] hobby pages.  Lots of technical information and software. 
- 
- 
-== K1520-Computer Standard == 
- 
-Most of such systems were from Robotron, but some are from different manufacturers. 
- 
-[[http://www.robotrontechnik.de/index.htm?/html/computer/k1520.htm|list of computers of the K1520 standard family]] 
- 
- 
-== BIC A5105 == 
- 
-The "A 5105" mounts a uPD7220 clone, called U82720.  It normally had floppy disks and a CP/M like OS 
- 
-[[http://www.robotrontechnik.de/html/computer/a5105.htm|A5105 page]] 
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-[[http://www.robotrontechnik.de/html/computer/pc1715.htm|PC1715 page]] (a slightly compatible system) 
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-== Computerserie Mansfeld MPC (Mansfeld Prozess Controller) == 
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-CP/M compatible, low and high resolution graphics might be supported 
- 
- 
-[[http://www.robotrontechnik.de/html/computer/mpc.htm|MPC related page]] 
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-== UDOS Operating System == 
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-[[http://www.robotrontechnik.de/index.htm?/html/software/udos.htm|UDOS related page, German]] 
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-==== Samsung ==== 
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-== SPC-1000 == 
- 
-The SPC-1100 was the SPC-1000 version for education, schools, etc.. (some of them had few connections removed).    The SPC-1000A had audio output function and volume control function from data recorder. 
- 
-[[https://no-ssl.namu.wiki/w/SPC-1500|https://no-ssl.namu.wiki/w/SPC-1000]] (if in trouble, use Google Translator!) 
- 
-[[http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=mayhouse&logNo=20038926005&beginTime=0&jumpingVid=&from=search&redirect=Log&widgetTypeCall=true|Tech tips for SDCC]] (as above..) 
- 
- 
-== SPC-1500 == 
- 
-Very close to the Sharp X1 rather than to the SPC-1000 
- 
-[[https://no-ssl.namu.wiki/w/SPC-1500|Korean website about SPC-1500]] (if in trouble, use Google Translator) 
- 
- 
-==== S-100 cards ==== 
-There's plenty of them, probably all the Z80 cards support CP/M, but there's space for native support here and there. 
- 
-A lot of expansions existed (video boards, I/O stuff, etc..): a possible approach is to provide tiny lib modules to link-in in a customized way. 
- 
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-==== Sanyo ==== 
- 
-== PHC-10, PHC-20, PCH-25 == 
-    PCH-10: (Built-in 1-line LCD screen) 
-    PCH-20: 4K of RAM, Tiny BASIC, 32-character by 16-line text display, 64- by 64-pixel graphics. 
-    PCH-25: 16K of RAM, GFX 64 x 48 (8 colors) / 192 x 128 (4 colors) / 256 x 192 (4 colors) 
- 
-(the Hino Electronics [[http://www.1000bit.it/scheda.asp?id=1767|CEFUCOM 21]] looks like a PCH relative) 
- 
- 
-== MBC-200 == 
- 
-Weird dual Z80 CPU system. 
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-== MBC-1200 / 1250 == 
- 
-CP/M systems w/460x400 graphics capabilities. 
- 
-They featured two z80 CPUs, the latter meant for graphics operations. 
- 
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-==== Seiko MAP-1010 ==== 
-[[http://www.geocities.jp/ahirudanna/zatsubun02.html|Japanese page about MAP-1010]] 
- 
-==== Sharp ==== 
- 
-== PC-1600, PC-1600K == 
- 
-== PC-E200, PC-E220 == 
- 
-Programmable calculators, 32Kb RAM 
-[[http://wwwhomes.uni-bielefeld.de/achim/pc-e220.html|An E220 related WEB page]] 
- 
-== PC-G801, PC-G802, PC-G803, PC-G805 == 
- 
-Z80 ASM programmable calculators 
- 
- 
-== PC-G811, PC-G813, PC-G815, PC-G820 == 
- 
-Z80 ASM programmable calculators 
-(low cost, no Z80A assembler language, perhaps it is hard to stick-in a machine code program) 
- 
- 
-== PC-G830 == 
- 
-Already supported as S/OS but deserving specific extras 
- 
- 
-== PC-G850, PC-G850V == 
- 
-Z80 ASM programmable calculators 
-[[http://ver0.sakura.ne.jp/g800/|'G800' programs at sakura.net]] 
- 
- 
-== Sharp MZ-80B (MZ-2000) == 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras. 
- 
-The Sharp MZ80B is also partially supported natively using appmake extras to convert the monitor calls.  This would work only after loading a monitor, though. 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharp_MZ#MZ-80B_group|MZ-80B series on Wikipedia]] 
- 
-==  MZ-1500/2500 and MZ-2800 series == 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras. 
- 
-See above. 
- 
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-==  MZ-3500 == 
- 
-Dual z80 system.  uPD7220 graphics controller. 
-Already supported as a CP/M system but deserving specific extras. 
- 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Sony SMC-70 / 777 ==== 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras. 
- 
- 
- 
-====  Dick Smith Super-80 ==== 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Smith_Super-80_Computer|The Super 80 at Wikipedia]] 
- 
-==== Texas Instruments ==== 
- 
-== TI 73 == 
- 
-== TI Avigo 10 PDA == 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avigo|Wikipedia page about the Avigo 10]] 
- 
- 
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- 
- 
-==== Toshiba Pasopia / T100 ==== 
- 
-There were two models : the PA7010 with the T-BASIC built-in, and the PA7012 with the OA-BASIC built-in. 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras. 
- 
- 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Video Technology ==== 
- 
-== Laser 350 / 500 / 700 / 750 == 
-== Genius Leader toys == 
-== Laser CompuMate 1..4 == 
-== Laser PC4 == 
- 
- 
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-===== Very small systems  ===== 
- 
-The platforms listed here could be supported in expanded versions only. 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Babbage-2nd ==== 
- 
-The "Babbage-2nd" is a single-board Z80 computer designed by Mr. Aihara Takafumi. 
-It is described in his book about IC circuits published by Gijutsu Hyoron Sha in 1986. 
- 
- 
-==== Elettra Computer System ==== 
- 
-This was a kit computer which was part of an electronics course sent via regular postal services. 
-In Italy the course came by "Scuola Radio Elettra", in France it was known as "Eurotechnique". 
- 
- 
- 
-==== General Processor - Child Z ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.computerhistory.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46&Itemid=90|Child Z at computerhistory.it]] 
- 
- 
-==== LLC-1 / LLC-2 ==== 
- 
-[[http://buebchen.jimdo.com/8-bit-selbstbau/llc2/|A WEB page about the LLC-2]] 
- 
-==== MultiTech - Micro-Professor MPF-I ==== 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro-Professor_MPF-I|MPF-I on Wikipedia]] 
- 
- 
-==== Martin Research ==== 
- 
-== Mike 8 Computer == 
- 
-1977, Base Configuration: Z80 CPU, 4K RAM, 1K ROM, LED readout, integral hex keypad, EROM programmer, power supply 
- 
- 
-==== Practice Z80 ==== 
- 
- 
-==== Protec Pro-80 ==== 
- 
-==== Savia 84 ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.nostalcomp.cz/savia.php|Savia 84 details]] 
- 
-==== SGS-ATES - Nanocomputer Z80 ==== 
- 
-==== SLC-1 ==== 
- 
- 
-==== Talking Electronics TEC-1 ==== 
- 
-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TEC-1|TEC-1 on Wikipedia]] 
- 
-==== YS-6464A ==== 
-Shinko Sangyo YS-6464A 
- 
- 
- 
-==== SHARP SM-B-80T ==== 
- 
-Tiny z80 board, max 3K (4k?) ram, built in Tape interface 
- 
-[[http://www.retropc.net/ohishi/museum/80t.htm]] 
- 
-==== Robotron - VEB Mikroelektronik ==== 
- 
-== Lern computer family == 
- 
-[[http://hc-ddr.hucki.net/wiki/doku.php/lc80|LC-80]] 
- 
-== Poly-Computer 880 == 
- 
-VEB Polytechnik 
- 
-== VCS-80 == 
- 
-==== Z80 Trainer - SEL / DAG ==== 
- 
-==== Z80 Evaluation Boards ==== 
- 
-There is plenty of them (more or less historical). 
-[[http://www.z80.info/z80bms.htm|List of Boards, Modules and Sub-Systems at www.z80.info]] 
- 
- 
-===== Z80 add-on boards / Mixed CPU systems ===== 
- 
-==== Computer Designed Systems - Adviser Micro Plus ==== 
- 
-==== Apple II ==== 
- 
-(i.e. Microsoft SoftCard) 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M but deserving specific extras (graphics, native access to the z80 CPU..) 
- 
-Possibly the Korean Sambo (Trigem) Busicom (SE-6003) is a clone of such configuration. 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Applix 1616 ==== 
- 
-The main CPU is a Motorola 68000 but the disk controller CPU can be activated to run software. 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Atari 1600 ==== 
- 
-[[http://www.atarimuseum.com/computers/8BITS/XL/xlperipherals/1060/1060.html||The Atari 1060 CP/M Module]] 
- 
-Already supported as a CP/M machine but deserving specific extras 
- 
-==== BBC Micro ==== 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M but deserving specific extras 
- 
- 
-==== Commodore 64 ==== 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M but deserving specific extras 
- 
-[[http://www.mos6502.com/commodore-tech-corner/running-cpm-on-the-c64|Article about the C64 CP/M cartridge]] 
- 
- 
-==== Data Tecnology Industries / GNAT ==== 
- 
-Important Options: 6502 coprocessor (Apple II emulation), enhanced video board 
- 
-==== Dick Smith ==== 
- 
-== Super-80 == 
- 
-==== Digital ==== 
- 
-== DECMATE II / III == 
- 
-== Rainbow 100+ == 
- 
-==== Epson ==== 
- 
-== QX-16 == 
- 
-Not to be confused with the PX-16 (which in turn is a NEC V20 MSDOS only system), the QX-16 features both a Z80 and an 8088 CPU.  Graphics is based on the uPD7220 GCD chip (see the RSX section). 
- 
-==== Fujitsu FM-7 / FM-8 / FM-77 ==== 
- 
-Already supported as CP/M and S-OS systems but deserving specific extras. 
- 
- 
-==== NCR Decision Mate V ==== 
- 
-This is, in its base version, a CP/M system.  By the way many extensions are available: more RAM, 8086 or Motorola CPUa and high rez vector graphics engine (μPD7220). 
- 
- 
-==== NorthStar Advantage ==== 
- 
-This one had an optional i8088 add-in board and nice CP/M graphics extensions. 
-GDOS is mentioned: is it the same of the GSX ?  Doesn't seem so. 
- 
- 
-[[https://archive.org/stream/bitsavers_northstaravantageGraphicsCPMPreface1982partial_4535300/North_Star_Advantage_Graphics_CPM_Preface_1982_partial#page/n0/mode/2up|NorthStar Graphics CP/M]] 
- 
-[[https://archive.org/details/bitsavers_northstaradumtoGraphicsCPMPreface_1780469|NorthStar Addendum to Graphics CPM Preface]] 
- 
- 
- 
-==== Sord M68 ==== 
- 
-==== Vector Graphics Vector 4 ==== 
- 
-Z80C (CP/M) + 8088 CPU, high rez graphics. 
- 
-===== Gaming consoles ===== 
- 
-Being ROM based the gaming consoles need a slightly different software architecture; part of the z88dk functions need a valid RAM work area space. 
- 
-=== Bally family === 
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-=== Casio PV-1000 === 
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-=== Coleco ColecoVision === 
-of the same family: 
-    Chuang Zao Zhe (50, Dina, Professional Arcade) 
-    Spectravideo SVI 603 - Coleco game adapter 
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-=== Epoch Super Cassette Vision === 
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-=== Nichibutsu My Vision === 
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-=== Sega === 
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-== SG-1000 == 
-== Game Gear == 
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-=== Super Vision 8000 === 
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-===== VideoGame cabinets ===== 
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-The Tetris game written with the z88dk for the 'Pacman' cabinet shows it can be done. 
-There's plenty of pieces of history which can be insanely twisted,  out there..  
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-===== Various ===== 
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-=== CIDCO MailStation (AKA Mivo) === 
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-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cidco_MailStation|CIDCO MailStation on Wikipedia]] 
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-[[http://www.fybertech.net/mailstation/|A WEB page related to the CIDCO MailStartion insights and firmware replacement]] 
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-Probably > 120000 units sold. 
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-=== Victor Micronic === 
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-The Micronic 1000 is a handheld terminal with infrared port and a small LCD display, 8 lines by 20 characters (160x64 dots) managed by an Hitachi HD61830 controller. 
-Micronic was the UK subsidiary of Swedish Datronic AB; eventually Tandy acquired it. 
 
platform/missing.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/13 10:57 by dom
 
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