HT1080Z, the Hungarian School Computer

I added this post to use in the show notes of the famous Floppy Days podcast, for my voice insert about the Hungarian TRS-80 Model 1 clone, which is known as HT1080Z. Greetings to the fans and to Randy! 🙂

Facts about the HT1080Z in English

HT1080Z Gallery

HT1080Z 64K clone of TRS-80 Model 1
HT1080Z 64K clone of TRS-80 Model 1
Hungarian accents in the keyboard
Newer versions of HT1080Z had Hungarian accents in the keyboard
HT1080Z with a monochrome monitor and a Hungarian BASIC textbook
HT1080Z with a monochrome monitor and a Hungarian BASIC textbook
HT1080Z had Microsoft Level II BASIC (12KB in ROM)
HT1080Z had Microsoft Level II BASIC (12KB in ROM)
Back of the HT1080Z
The Video cut switch is alternating between the 32 and 64 characters wide video modes. In 32 characters mode, you may use the Page switch (part of the keyboard) to alternate the display between the halves, so you either can see a beginning or the end of a full 64 characters long line.