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The Vector 1 was a clone of the ALTAIR 8800 based on the common S-100 bus structure and the Intel 8080A microprocessor. It was sold under kit or assembled versions. 

Vector Graphics said it offered a stronger cabinet and a well-designed power supply. To reduce selling price, front panel didn't offer any switch or control led. In its basic version, the computer could be connected to a tape recorder and a serial terminal and offered a bootstrap ROM monitor. 

 

 

NAME   Vector 1
MANUFACTURER   Vector Graphics
TYPE   Professional Computer
ORIGIN   U.S.A.
YEAR   August 1976
END OF PRODUCTION   Unknown
BUILT IN LANGUAGE   None
KEYBOARD   Depends on the video terminal used
CPU   Intel 8080A
SPEED   2 Mhz
RAM   1 Kb. expandable to 64 Kb.
ROM   512 bytes (Bootstrap)
TEXT MODES   Commonly 80 characters x 25 lines
GRAPHIC MODES   None
COLORS   Monochrome
SOUND   No built-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT   Unknown
I/O PORTS   18 S-100 bus connectors
BUILT IN MEDIA   None
POWER SUPPLY   Built-in PSU 8 Volts 18 Amp. and 16 Volts 2.5 Amp.
PERIPHERALS   S-100 bus cards
PRICE   Unknown
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