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1978 adverts

Commodore

1978

"Introducing the Pedigree PET - 8K only £499"

The PET was the result of a project by MOS Technology of Pennsylvania to develop its 6500 series of microprocessors, designed as drop-in replacements for Motorola's 6800 by ex-Motorola engineers (now ...

Vector Graphic

March 1978

Vector Graphic's Memorite: what's in it for you?

Vector Graphic's Memorite "turn-key" microcomputer system (which meant that the software required to run it was all in ROM and was thus immediately available when the machine was switched on) is an ea...

Nascom/Lucas

June 1978

"Nascom 1 Microprocessor Z80 kit"

Nascom, the computer company spun out from electronics company Nasco and eventually acquired by car-parts maker Lucas was, for a while, the UK's biggest supplier of computer kits. By the summer of 197...

Bywood

June 1978

Bywood Scrumpi 2 + 3 = ?

Had it not been for one of The Register's great articles on one of the forgotten pioneers of the early computer scene, this advert from Bywood, a company founded in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, by ...