In The Beginning
Goupil. The Goupil is manufactured and distributed by a small, French company with the exceedingly long name "Société de Micro-Informatique et Telecommunications".
"Goupil" is medieval French for the fox who appeared in the Aesop-type fable of the day. That explains the picture of a fox's head which appears on everything with space to take it. Processors: 6809 (2 MHz), Z80 (4 MHz), 8088 (5 MHz). RAM: 64K, except 8088 option with 128K, expandable to over one megabyte. Keyboard: 101 keys including qwerty, calculator, cursor and function keys. Display: 25 x 80, 12 inches monitor, or with a colour graphics card 512 x 512 colour television. Disk drives: 5.25 inches and 8 inch floppies and 5 and 10 MB hard disks. Operating systems: CP/M, CP/M-86, MS-DOS, Flex-9, Uniflex, UCSD. Each Processor has its own operating system and each operating system has several languages available.
|Processor||Operating System||Languages Available|
|Z80 / 8088||CP/M||MBasic|