The small computer.

Twenty-five years ago a computer as powerful as the Processor Technology SOL-20/8 priced out at a coll million. Now for only $1350 in kit form or $1850 fully assembled and tested you can have your own small computer with perhaps even more power. It comes in a package about the size of a typewriter. And there's nothing like it on the market today. Not form IBM, Burroughs, DEC, HP or anybody else.

It fills a new role, if you're an engineer, scientist or businessman, the Sol-20 can help you solve may or all of your design problems, help you quantify research, and handle the books too. For not much more than the price of a good calculator, you can have high level computer power.

Use it in the office, lab, plant or home. Sol-20 is a stand alone computer for data collection, handling and analysis, Sol-20 is a text editor. In fact, Sol-20 is the key element and peripheral gear. It's a computer system with a keyboard, extra memory, I/O interface, factory backup, service notes, users group.

It's a computer you can take home after hours to play or create sophisticated games, do you personal books and taxes, and a whole host of other tasks.

Those of you who are familiar with the small computers will recognize what an advance the Sol-20 is.

Sol-20 offers all these features as standard: 8080 microprocessor -- 1024 character video display circuitry -- control PROM memory -- 9216 words of static low-power RAM -- 2048 words of preprogrammed PROM -- built-in cassette interface capable of controlling two recorders at 1200 bits per second -- both parallel and serial standardized interface connectors -- a complete power supply including ultra quiet fan -- a beautiful case with solid walnut sides -- software which includes a preprogrammed PROM personality module and data cassette with BASIC-5 language plus two sophisticated computer video games -- the ability to work with all S-100 bus products.

Full expansion capability. Tailor the Sol-20 system to your applications with the complete line of peripheral products. These include the video monitor, audio cassette and digital tape system, dual floppy disc system, expansion memories, and interfaces.