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Schneider CPC
Schneider, 1985
CPU: Zilog Z80A @ 4 MHz
Memory: 64 or 128 KB RAM
Drives: Cassette tape, 3 inch floppy disks
Operating system: AMSDOS with Locomotive BASIC 1.0 or 1.1; CP/M 2.2 or 3.0
The manufacturing Schneider was originally known for audio products and entered the computer market in a joint partnership with Amstrad in 1984. Their cooperation ended in 1988 when Schneider was not willing to market Armstradís AT-compatible computer line and the company went bankrupt in 2002. The CPC is one of the last computers that relied heavily on the Armstrad designs. The appearance resembles the Amiga due to the keyboard being integrated into the PC case.