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NABU Adaptor was developed by NABU Manufacturing to interface the NABU PC with NABU Network. The museum has two NABU Adaptors:
- model number NA-2, serial number 005420.
- model number NP-2, serial number 0014291.

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Rapidman 1212 electronic desktop calculator released by Rapid Data Systems & Equipment Ltd. in 1973. The calculator featured: 12 digit display 4 functions (+, -, x, ÷) decimal position selectable 0-5 places from keyboard memory…

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The Pied Piper was designed in the early 1980s by Semi-Tech Microelectronics Corp. (STM) and advertised as a portable, low-cost, versatile business computer. It was sold with the Perfect Software package.The Pied Piper consisted of a CPU unit in…

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The Commodore Plus/4 home computer was released by Commodore International in 1984. It was a CPU unit in plastic enclosure with built-in keyboard. The distinctive feature of the computer were four applications resident in the computer's ROM: a word…

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The NetWinder was a compact, high-performance, low power computing designed by Corel of Ottawa and released in 1988. It was a RISC-based machine equipped with networking and multimedia capabilities, operated under Linux. Sold with keyboard, mouse,…

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The microWAT microcomputer project was initiated by the 1979 study conducted at the University of Waterloo, on possible use of microcomputers for academic applications (for more information, see the reference below). The computer was designed by the…

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The NABU Personal Computer (PC) was developed by NABU Manufacturing of Ottawa to access the NABU Network. The computer comprised a CPU unit, a detachable keyboard, and a joystick. The museum has two NABU PC units:- model number NPC-2, serial number…

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The NABU 1600 was a 16-bit multi-user, multi-tasking desktop business computer supporting up to three user terminals. It was released by NABU Manufacturing in 1982. The system consisted of the CPU unit, the mass storage unit, and up to four terminals…

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Commodore SuperPET SP9000 was a co-processor computer with both the MOS 6502 and the Motorola 6809 microprocessors. It was capable of running both the standard Commodore CBM 8000 series software, as well as the University of Waterloo microSystems…

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The NDS-1000 (also know as the Pancake) was a microprocessor-based word processor and communication system designed and manufactured by Network Data Systems between 1978 and 1985. The NDS-1000 consisted of a CPU unit (built around the Zilog Z80…
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