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R > RADIONIC > Model R1001   

Model R1001

This is an extremly rare TRS-80 Model 1 clone, re-using the case of an other clone: The Komtek 1 (from Hong-Kong).

It's equiped with a Level II basic and powered by a Zilog Z80 cpu.

According to the labels found underneath the case, the computer could be delivered with different options:
- 16 KB RAM
- 32 KB RAM
- 48 KB RAM
- Color board (!)
- Dual Language
- Control functions
- Single density disk controller
- Double density disk controller
- BASIC printer (surely BASIC instructions to access the printer)


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I remember this machine being announced in, I think 1982? They appeared and disappeared VERY quickly. I am curious to know what happened to RADIONIC and if the sold anything else?

Thursday 11th May 2023
Stephen Walters (United Kingdom)

One of the Tech''s from the company that sold the Komtek in Melbourne gave me a photocopy of all the schematics. I still have them... and my original Komtek still works too! I really loved that quirky machine. Sightly Improved with extra cooling and expanded keyboard etc.

Friday 30th August 2019
Parsivale (Australia)

Just a heads up but, Komtek''s were not made in Germany as most believe, they were made by Komtek Technology in Hong Kong. They ceased trading in early 1983. I ran the workshop for a company in Australia that used to import them direct from the manufacturer.

I have two Komtek Computers, one in the off white and another in a silver case. I expect the radionic is not a clone but of the Komtek but a rebadged si8lver case Komtek.

Wednesday 11th May 2016
David Mutimer (Australia)


NAME  Model R1001
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  1983
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, 57 Keys
CPU  Zilog Z80
SPEED  Unknown
RAM  16, 32 or 48 KB depending on models
VRAM  1 kb
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  32 x 16, 64 x 16
COLORS  optional
SOUND  Unknown
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  disk driver port, I/O port, tape interface, printer port, composite video output (monitor), RF TV video output
PRICE  Unknown

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