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Eagle II all-in-one CP/M Computer

Description
Manufacturer Eagle Computers Inc.
Model Eagle II
Date Announced Early 1980s
Date Canceled 1988
Number Produced Thousands to tens of thousands
Country of Origin USA
Price About $1,500 as configured
Current Value $50-$200
Specifications
Processor Zilog Z80
Speed 4MHz
RAM 64k
ROM Unknown
Storage 2 SS/DD floppy drives
Expansion None
Bus N/A
Video Text only
I/O Parallel, Serial
OS Options CP/M
Notes The Eagle II was part of a line of CP/M based systems that were all variations on the same all-in-one console which included a full-function keyboard, monochrome monitor and drives.
Related Items in Collection Various other CP/M machines from the same era including Morrow Micro Decision, Osborne 1 and Kaypro 2x
Related Items Wanted

The Eagle II CP/M Computer documentation

This machine is in excellent cosmetic and functional condition and came with what appears to be a full set of original documentation and software.

The machine even has it's original box!


close-up of the Eagle II CP/M Computer Keyboard

The Eagle II had a very nice full-featured keyboard and even a numeric keypad. This helped target it at the business market.

This Eagle II was generously donated by Steve Gillett.


(Submitted November 13, 2015 12:10:40 by Erik Klein)

Bad noises and smoke are almost always bad caps blowing up. Often taking other components with them... :(


(Submitted November 13, 2015 08:35:09 by Steven M)

I have seen two Eagle IIs in recent years. One was an AVL machine, the other a more generic machine. Both of them, upon starting up for the first time in many years, followed the same pattern: silence, bad noises, smoke. Any ideas as to what caused this unfortunate sequence?


(Submitted October 2, 2014 15:37:32 by Mark )

Eagle, at the time, was thought of as the main competitor for IBM PC products...way ahead of Dell. Then, the day they went public the CEO smashed his new Ferrari around a tree at Los Gatos County Park and was killed. They were never the same.


(Submitted October 14, 2012 20:20:05 by Dave Williams)

I have a Eagle II that died today. If anyone needs or wants the manual and C/PM primer let me know. Included is original spellbinder, ultracalc, and C/PM software. All original. 850-591-6448. The computer heads for the recycle bin unless someone wants it too.


(Submitted June 16, 2012 17:00:01 by Eben)

an Eagle 2 is in the cellar of our Universalist meeting house.....clean up/out is imminent removal/toss out.... in CT. what...someone want it? I have not checked with everyone but...i would like to have it reach an interested party...let me know ...Eben


(Submitted July 12, 2011 19:01:20 by William)

I have one just like this and need some software.


(Submitted June 16, 2009 20:34:56 by JMBW)

PS- if anyone knows how I can get my hands on a screen protector for this model I would greatly appreciate it!


(Submitted June 16, 2009 20:33:49 by JMBW)

I am Dennis Barnhart's middle child and have many manuals, brochures and floppy's for this machine and others if anyone wanted info


(Submitted April 23, 2009 09:27:14 by (a href=mailto:)Mortar(/a))

I remember seeing those books at B.Dalton's way back when. I even had The CP/M Handbook.


(Submitted July 27, 2006 10:47:17 by porter)

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE EAGLE II EIV ESPECIALLY NEED HELP WITH HARD DRIVE AND AND BOOTING


(Submitted July 21, 2006 21:14:25 by Paul)

Looking for information about the Eagle AVL (Audio Visual Labs) which I think is an early version of this IIE.

If responding, remove antibot spaces in email address.


(Submitted May 17, 2006 13:25:35 by Kyle kusek)

how much will you sell this for???

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