|Manufacturer||Intelligent Systems Corp./Compucolor Corp.|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Price||$1,500 and up|
|I/O||Modem port (serial?)|
|Notes||The Compucolor II was built on the chassis of an RCA 13"color television set. The tuner was removed and replaced by the built-in disk drive and the computer board was placed below the picture tube.|
|Related Items in Collection||Manuals, software|
|Related Items Wanted||Additional software, disks, disk formatting program|
The Compucolor II in my collection arrived, was visually inspected and was promptly put on a variac and very slowly powered up to, hopefully, recondition the capacitors. It didn't work and I had a couple of firecrackers.
Those were quickly replaced only to expose some other issues with the high-voltage video control board.
As it stands the system is in mid-repair but I've decided to post some images anyway.
The Compucolor II computer is, for the most part, contained on this single board.
The board rests under the video tube in the hollowed out RCA TV chassis.
Missing from the above pictures is the CompuColor II disk drive which was removed for inspection and to get it out of the way.