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Applied Technology
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Founded 1975
Defunct
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Applied Technology, Australia founded by Owen Hill in 1975, was a pioneer producer of home computers that ran CP/M on Zilog Z80 microprocessors.[1] Their MicroBee computer (1982) was the first commercial personal computer manufactured in Australia.[2][3][4]

It was also later known as Microbee Systems, Microworld and Honeysoft.[1][5][6]

Some models of mid-1980s are Applied Technology S100, Micro Bee 32IC, Micro Bee 128K, "Computer in a Book".[5]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Applied Technologies / Microbee 32", at the old computers museum
  2. "The MicroBee Story"
  3. Secret of project Granny Smith By Gordon Laing, July 12, 2005 - theage.com.au
  4. Microbee Greg Microbee Dealer Conference, Sydney, 1984, Lincoln Computer Centre
  5. 5.0 5.1 " Applied Technology aka Microbee Systems, Microworld and Honeysoft"
  6. THOMPSON COUPLINGS LIMITED, ASIC
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