NorthStar Advantage Question

From: Max Eskin <>
Date: Sat Feb 21 13:48:32 1998

So many Z-80 CP/M machines... were they compatible, to a reasonable
extent? (I heard that MS had some standard in Japan for the purpose
called MSX. More info on that?)
>To: "Discussion re-collecting of classic computers"
>Subject: Re: NorthStar Advantage Question
>Joe wrote:
>> At 07:05 PM 2/20/98 -0500, you wrote:
>> >I just bought a Northstar Advantage.
>> Ok what's a NorthStar Advantade?
>They started as Kentucky Fried Computers and were later forced to
>change their name to North Star Computers....according to Stan
>Veit. The Advantage was a 64k Z80A running at 4MHz. It had two
>built-in floppy drives...ran CP/M. Late 70's I believe.
>Win Heagy

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