Z8000 parts question

From: Joe R. <rigdonj_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: Tue May 11 20:23:26 2004

At 10:54 PM 5/11/04 +0000, you wrote:
>On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 04:21:38PM -0600, ben franchuk wrote:
>> Who did make Z8000 computers? The Z8000 like several other
>> CPU's that never made it big and vanished out of sight.
>Commodore had a Z8000 UNIX machine, didn't they? I can't recall if it
>was ever fully released, or if it was only seen around the halls of
>I would look it up at the "Secret Weapons of Commodore" site, but at the
>moment, we are sharing a 38Kbps link for everyone on station, and it's
>virtually impossible to surf the web.
>You don't see any Commodore logos on there do you? :-)

  No just a stylized "dsc". I'll try and get a photo of it tomorrow and
post it. Maybe somebody will recognize it. There are no other names on it
anywhere including the EPROM labels, just some more numbers.

   I looked at Claus Sch?nleber's 900 Page and in one photo you can see
part of the main circuit board. It doesn't look anything like the board
that I have.


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