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M > MOTOROLA  > WDR-1-Bit Computer


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Motorola  WDR-1-Bit Computer computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 29th January 2022
Achim Baqué (Germany)

Hi, I do preserve and collect vintage computers. Please contact me (Contact via my website) if you have the WDR computer to offer.

Wednesday 13rd November 2019

That''s not nesciently built$ you are.
"LCD display": retard

Tuesday 10th October 2017

Certainly does have a nice front panel! Easy to understand, I wonder what programming it was like, I''ve never even heard of a 1-bit processor before...

Monday 28th October 2013

Here''s the manual. It''s in german, but page 13 has the basic schematics.

Thursday 19th September 2013

I think 256B Ram is used as rom-where you load the program.

Monday 19th August 2013
Silent-Hunter (Maryland, USA)

I want one!

Thursday 22nd September 2011
Bill Gates

Will it run Windows Vista?

Monday 30th May 2011
dionisius (indonesia)

yeah it is RISC to the MAX!! Where to find the scheme??

Saturday 26th November 2005
Pharoah (USA)

It's RISC to the extreme!
(Move over OISC)

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