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PORTAL

The only display device is a very small LED screen (R2E said then that screen wasn't necessary with business computers, what were they thinking!). It has a built-in thermal printer (48 columns, 28 cps). It runs under Prologue and is sold with BAL, a business language (which is a mixture between Basic and Cobol). Notice that R2e is the company that made the first micro computer in 1972: the R2E Micral.

NAME  PORTAL
MANUFACTURER  R2E
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1981
CPU  Intel 8085
SPEED  2 MHz
RAM  64 KB
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  1 line of 32 characters
I/O PORTS  serial synchron / asynchron
BUILT IN MEDIA  one 5.25" floppy disk unit (140 KB)
OS  PROLOGUE


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