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Sharp MZ 80B (1981, Japan) donated by Alberto Lozano Barcia

Alberto has not only dealt with Apple, together with Angie they programmed for many brands such as Xerox or translated software for Osborne. The machine that I went to pick up Taradell was the one we showed in 3D. It is already exhibited in the museum and the few visitors who have seen it believe that it is a stereo. At the time it was very innovative in its design, just like the Commodore Pet was an all in one. It was also very innovative Cassette reading system, since it worked by software, that allowed you to locate a program anywhere on the tape.
Peculiar was that it did not have loaded Basic in the ROM, used a Sharp LH0080A processor of 8 bits compatible with Zilog Z80.

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