Telmac 1800

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The Telmac 1800 was an early microcomputer delivered in kit form. It was introduced in 1977 by Telercas, the Finnish importer of RCA microchips. Most of the 2,000 kits manufactured were bought by electronics enthusiasts in Finland and Sweden.

An expansion board, OSCOM, later became available, and included an alphanumeric video display, and up to 12 kB of memory. A 4 kB Tiny BASIC could be run on this configuration.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "1977:Telmac 1800". HobbyLabs. October 2007. Retrieved 2008-04-06. 

External links[edit]

  • Chip8.com Website dedicated to Chip-8 and related systems. Maintains the most complete collection of Chip-8 programs on the net.
  • Revival Studios Developer of new Chip-8/SuperChip/MegaChip8 games.