Eagle II?

From: Jeffrey l Kaneko <jeff.kaneko_at_juno.com>
Date: Wed Mar 10 16:50:28 1999

According to _The_Microcomputer_Buyers_Guide_ (1983 edition):

"The Eagle II, III, and IV integrate the the CPU, memory, disk
storage, CRT, display, and keyboard into one desktop unit. The
basic features common to all systems are: Z80A CPU (4Mhz); 64Kb
of memory,; two serial I/O ports; one Centrinonics compatible
parallel port; one paprllel port for hard disk expansion; 12"
green CRT display (1920 characters); 75-key keyboard; and various
disk storage capabilities depending upon the model. The Eagle II
includes two 5.25" mini-floppy disks of 390kb storage capacity each."

The entry goes on to say that a 7.5 or 10mb wichester was available
for it, and that it was supplied with CP/M & CBASIC. Sounds like a
pretty standard issue CP/M box, in vogue at the time.

MSRP (in 1983) was $2,995.
Eagle Computer was located in Los Gatos, CA.

On Wed, 10 Mar 1999 15:07:43 -0600 Arfon Gryffydd <arfonrg_at_texas.net>
>No clue.... Big blue case... Built-in monitor, two 5.25" black
>(like the TRS-80 Model IIIs). I think it was a Z-80 computer.
>At 03:48 PM 3/10/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>On Wednesday, March 10, 1999 3:42 PM, Arfon Gryffydd
>[SMTP:arfonrg_at_texas.net] wrote:
>>> Anyone want an old Eagle II computer? It's been at the local
>>> store for awhile. If someone will save it, I'll get it for them.
>>> Arfon
>>Not familiar with the Eagle II. What is it?
>>Steve Robertson -<steverob_at_hotoffice.com>

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