Intertec Superbrain

Updated: 05/19/2017 by Computer Hope
Intertec Superbrain with twin-Z80 processors.

The Intertec Superbrain was an all-in-one microcomputer first released for commercial use in 1979 by Intertec Data Systems. It was an asymmetric multiprocessing computer which utilized two 4 MHz Z80 CPUs and ran the CP/M operating system. It came with a 5 or 10 MB hard disk drive and two floppy diskette drives, and ran Microsoft BASIC, Microsoft COBOL 74, and an 8080 assembler. The were a few variants, including the SD, QD, Superbrain II and Superbrain II Junior.

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