Intertec SuperBrain II Jr.
Donor: Sally Evans
Many, many thanks to Sally Evans for donating the SuperBrain! It's name is "Bertie", after Albert Einstein (a superbrain is there ever was one). It comes loaded with:
I absolutely love it! It boots in 7 seconds, but takes 7 more seconds for the screen to warm up enough to see anything. This is the first CP/M machine I've had a chance to actually play with and, so far, it's a blast! The SuperBrain is structurally huge, weighing a full 45 pounds. It's constructed of a special structural foam, so it's actually lighter than it looks. The area around the screen and keyboard is covered with a rubbery, felt-like coating. It's easily the most rubbable computer I've ever seen. The one drawback is that the power switch is on the back of the housing and it's a long reach!
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