|Country of Origin||USA|
|Price||Unknown, but varied wildly with options|
|Processor||Intel 8085 and Intel 8088 (several other processors were optional)|
|Speed||Varied with processor.|
|RAM||16K to 1MB|
|ROM||Varied with ROM boards|
|Expansion||22 S-100 slots|
|OS Options||CP/M, CP/M-86, MS-DOS, MP/M|
|Notes||The CompuPro 8/16 was one of the last great S-100 systems. It offered more power, more expandability and more options during the early days of the IBM-PC revolution but eventually lost ground to the PC clones as Intel processors advanced beyond the options available to the S-100 bus.|
|Related Items in Collection||Dual 8" drives|
|Related Items Wanted||Boot disks, any software, manuals, terminal.|
The CompuPro 816 was one of the last of the S-100 based CP/M systems. It was produced in 1983 or so and was based on a dual processor Z-80/8088 card that allowed it to run both 8 and 16 bit software.
The system in my collection seems to be in fairly good condition (although the exterior cosmetics could use a bit of work) and should be functional or close to it once I get a chance to set it up and try it out.