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Synertek SYM-1 (Synertek Systems Corporation)

Type:8-bit training computer
CPU:Synertek 6502 @ 1 MHz
Operating system:SuperMon
Optional Basic
Memory:ROM: 4 KB (Expandable to 8 KB)
RAM: 1 KB (Max 4 KB on-board)
Sound:Piezo beeper
Graphics:6-digit LED display
Storage:Tape recorder (185 bytes/second)
Input:Integrated 29-key keypad
Optional ASCII keyboard
Tape recorder I/O
32 char/line oscilloscope output
Bus I/O
Voltage:5 VDC
Power consumption:Max 1.5 A
Dimensions (W*H*D):? mm (?")
Weight:? g (? oz)
Manufactured:1978-197x (Discontinued)
Other:Originally called the VIM-1 (Versatile Input Monitor), but
the name was changed for legal reasons
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