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Microtan 65

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microtan 65

Microtan 65


The Microtan 65 was introduced in 1979 and was sold as a

kit for £59.95 + postage.

The CPU used 6502 and it had 1 Kilobyte (kB) of random

access memory (RAM).

Input was through a small keypad with 20 keys or via a

large keyboard.

Display was via a TV interface modulator.