This single board computer was premiered at the club’s August 1976 meeting in Atlantic City, NJ. Once “perfected,” the computer helped introduce many PACS members, and others,to the field of microcomputers. The official manufacturer of this computer was Datac Engineering of Southampton, PA.The computer was available in two models: the $185 “tutorial” version and the fully populated and tested version for $345.In either case the 6502 CPU was included. Computer was instantly usable and featured expansion capabilities, touch sensitive input keypads and a documentation package.The computer was so revolutionary that it was featured in Byte Magazine’s July 1977 edition.
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With the help of users on the German Classic Computing forum I ahve added many manuals and magazines in german about tho...
Another article from the Dutch KIM Kenner magazine: RECORDING PROGRAMS WITH THE KIM-1 AND THE CASSETTE RECORDEROrigin...
Stephen Crozier made a clone of the Unilab Three Chips main board.
Thanks to Mathias Ohlerich for the scan of the Sonderheft 2