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Fm-11

FM-11
Type Personal computer
Release date 1982
Operating system CP/M 86, OS-9, FLEX, MS-DOS and CP/M 80
CPU Intel 8088 (8 MHz) and MBL 68B09E (2 MHz)
Memory 128 KB (up to 1 MB)
Graphics 640 x 400, 640 x 200 with 8 colours
Sound Beeper

The FM-11 (Fujitsu Micro 11) was a business computer announced by Fujitsu in November 1982. It is a higher-end model of their previous FM-8 computer, and was released simultaneously with the mass market FM-7 machine. The FM-11 series was intended to be used in offices.

Japanese characters can be displayed within a 16 x 16 pixels matrix.[1]

The FM-11 range would be replaced with the 16-bit FM-16β series by the mid-1980s.

Contents

  • Models 1
  • Emulator 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Models

  • 1982 — FM-11 EX: 6809 & 8088 microprocessors
  • 1982 — FM-11 AD: 6809 micromprocessor only
  • 1982 — FM-11 ST: economic version of the AD, with FDD as an option. Built-in ROM Basic.
  • 1984 — FM-11 BS: 8088 microprocessor only
  • 1984 — FM-11 AD2, OS-9 operating system
  • 1985 — FM-11 AD2+: enhanced AD2 (256 KB RAM)

Emulator

Multi Emulator Super System for Windows/Linux/Mac includes an FM-11 emulator.

References

  1. ^ "old-computers.com". Retrieved 2 June 2011. 

External links

  • Old-Computers.com Page
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