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Z80 based Mexican computer from the early Eighties
« on: 07:31, 21 November 18 »
Unusual design - twin (Z80 and Z80B) processors were used:

http://vbn.aau.dk/files/77727517/IEEEPublished_Turing850.pdf






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Re: Z80 based Mexican computer from the early Eighties
« Reply #1 on: 15:05, 21 November 18 »
Very interesting project, but that publication is bugged all over. The reviewer of that journal must have been drunk.  ;)
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