The first microcomputer to be deployed at Luxembourg's secondary schools (1982)
This 8 bit microcomputer based on the 6502 uP is the result of a bit by the BBC for a personal computer which should be used at its Computer Literacy Project. It was released in Dec. 1981. Luxembourg secondary schools choose this computer for its standard equipment. All software was in ROM, so no problems with viruses or tinkering. No hard disk, but a single (or dual) 5.25" floppy disk station. Green mono BAS monitor (Taxan or Eizo). Very fast and versatile machines with only 32kB memory. Large choice of programming languages in ROM-box, exotics as Prolog or Comal included. Minitel emulator!