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Digitus
DGT100 / DGT1000

Brazil produced several Tandy Model I and III clones. Among them, the DGT-100 and DGT-1000 which were manufactured by DIGITUS Ind. Com. Serv. de Eletrônica Ltda and sold only in Brazil.

Although their cases looked like an Apple II, both models were compatible with the Tandy Model I and III and featured a Level II BASIC interpreter.

The DGT-100 had a monochrome video output while the DGT-1000 (introduced in 1984) could display 16 colors in 256/192 mode on a PAL-M TV set.

This monitor is actually an adapted Philips B/W TV. If you remove the cables from the jack slots (as see in the picture), you can watch TV.

To run a CP/M OS I needed to install an additional chip inside the computer and more memory.

The reset button, on the right side of the case, could be easily pressed accidentally. This was very annoying.

Thanks to Rodrigo and Sando from Brazil for this information.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.
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I have one of these in storage. I bought in off eBay from Brazil around 2005 I believe.

Am looking for manuals, etc.

If this site would like to use any of my photos they are free if they will credit me:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:DGT-100_Brazilian_TRS-80_Clone.jpg

http://dcsutherland.smugmug.com/Computers/DGT-100/632603_YqhRm$26917684_p4HV9

          
Tuesday 19th October 2010
David (Lindale, TX USA)
my DGT-100 Photos

My first PC was a DGT-100. I can add the following information:

This monitor is actually an adapted Philips B/W TV. If you remove the cables from the jack slots (as see in the picture), you can watch TV.

To run a CP/M OS I needed to install an additional chip inside the computer and more memory.

The reset button, on the right side of the case, could be easily pressed accidentally. It was very annoying.

It worked for several years until I replace it for a brand new IBM-PC clone. When I sold my DGT-100, it was running as new.

          
Monday 6th September 2010
Sandro (Brazil)

 

NAME  DGT100 / DGT1000
MANUFACTURER  Digitus
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Brazil
YEAR  1983
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  BASIC interpreter Level II + DigBug Monitor
KEYBOARD  56 Keys
CPU  DGT-100: Zilog Z80, DGT-1000: Z80A
SPEED  DGT-100: 2.5 MHz, DGT-1000: 2 MHz
RAM  16 Kb (expandable to 48 kb)
ROM  14 KB (DGT-1000: 16 KB)
TEXT MODES  16 lines x 32 or 64 columns
GRAPHIC MODES  48 x 128 dots, high resol. 192 x 500 dots (DGT-1000: 256x192)
COLOrsc  Monochrome (DGT-1000: 16)
SOUND  Unknown
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Unknown
BUILT IN MEDIA  None
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  Tape recorder, 2 x 5.25'' SS/DD 178 KB FDD (DFT-1000: Up to 4 FDDs)
PRICE  Unknown





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