List of machines running CP/M


List of machines running CP/M

Many microcomputer makes and models could run some version or derivation of the CP/M disk operating system. Eight-bit computers running CP/M 80 were built around an Intel 8080/85, Zilog Z80, or compatible CPU (for CP/M-80). CP/M 86 ran on the Intel 8086 and 8088. Some computers were suitable for CP/M as delivered. Others needed hardware modifications such as a memory expansion or modification, new boot ROMs, or the addition of a floppy disk drive. A few very popular home computers using processors not supported by CP/M had plug-in Z80 or compatible processors, allowing them to use CP/M and retaining the base machine's keyboard, peripherals, and sometimes video display and memory.

The following is an alphabetical list of some computers running CP/M.

A

* Ai Electronics ABC-24 / ABC-26 (Japan, running CP/M & M/PM)
* Action Computer Enterprises ACE-1000
* Actrix Computer Corp. Actrix (Access Matrix)
* Advanced Digital Corporation Super Six
* Allen Bradley Advisor - Industrial Programmable controller graphical user interface (development mode only), fl. ca. 1985
* MITS Altair 8800
* Altos 580
* Amada Aries 222/245 CNC turret punch press
* Amstrad CPC 464 (w/DDI-1 disk drive interface), 664, 6128
* Amstrad PCW 8256/8512/9512
* Amust Executive 816
* Apple II (with Microsoft Z-80 SoftCard)
* Aster CT-80
* Atari 800 and XL/XE (with ATR8000 module, LDW Super 2000, CA-2001 or Indus GT disk drives expanded to 64k)
* Atari ST
* AT&T 6300 with CPU 3 upgrade
* AT&T 6300 PLUS

B

* BBC Micro (with external Z80 module)
* Beehive Topper II
* Bigboard
* BMC IF800
* Bondwell 12, 14
* BT Merlin M4000 series based on Logica Kennett (Concurrent CP/M-86)

C

* Camputers Lynx (96k/128k models)
* Casio FP1000 FL
* CIP04 - Romanian computer
* CoBra - Romanian computer
* Coleco Adam (with a CP/M digital data pack)
* Comart Communicator (CP/M-80), C-Frame, K-Frame, Workstation and Quad (Concurrent CP/M-86)
* Commodore 64 (with an infamously poor Z80 plug-in cartridge)
* Commodore 128 (with a Z80 on board along with its 8502, ran CP/M+ which supported memory paging)
* Compaq Portable - was available with CP/M as a factory installed option.
* Compis
* Compupro
* Cromemco
* Cub-Z - Romanian made computer

D

* Datamax UV-1R
* Data Soft PCS 80 and VDP 80 (France, 1977)
* Data Technology Industries "Associate" (USA, 1982)
* DEC Rainbow-100/100+ (could run both CP/M and CP/M-86)
* DEC VT180 (aka Personal Computing Option, aka 'Robin')
* Digital Group DG1

E

* Epson PX-4, PX-8 (Geneva), QX-10, QX-16
* Exidy Sorcerer
* Eagle Computer Eagle I, II, III, IV, V
* ELWRO 800 Junior Polish clone of Sinclair ZX spectrum -- running CP/J, a CP/M derivative with simple networking abilities
* Enterprise 128 (with EXDOS/IS-DOS extensions)

F

* Ferguson Big Board
* FK-1 - Czech microcomputer

G

* General Processor GPS5 (Italy, running CP/M 86 - Concurrent CP/M 86)
* General Processor Model T (Italy, 1980 running CP/M 80)
* Grundy NewBrain
* Goupil G3
* G.Z.E. UNIMOR Bosman 8 (Poland, 1987 running CPM/R, CP/M 2.2 compatible)
* Gemini 801 and Gemini Galaxy (UK, 1981-1983 running CP/M 2.2 and MP/M)

H

* HBN Computer (Le) Guépard
* HC-88
* [http://www.old-computers.com/MUSEUM/computer.asp?c=911&st=1 HC-2000]
* Heath/Zenith H90 and H89
* Hewlett-Packard HP-85 / HP-87 (with addition of CP/M Module containing Z80)
* Hewlett-Packard HP-125 and HP-120, one Z80 each for CP/M and the inherent HP terminal
* Hobbit
* Holborn 6100
* Holborn 9100 (Netherlands, 1981)
* Husky Computers Ltd Hunter (1 and 2, 16), Hawk

I

* Ibex 7150 and other models
* ICL PC Quattro
* IBM PC
* IMSAI 8080
* IMSAI VDP-80 (8085 3MHz)
* Intel MDS-80
* Intertec Superbrain
* Iotec
* Iskra Delta Partner
* Ivel Ultra

J

* JET-80 (Swedish Made Computer)

K

* Kaypro
* Korvet (Корвет) — Soviet PC

L

* LNW-80
* LOBO Max-80
* Logica VTS Kennet (Concurrent CP/M-86)
* Luxor ABC 802, ABC 806 (Sweden, 1981)

M

* MCP (128K, Z80, S-100 bus)
* Applied Technology MicroBee (56KB+ RAM models)
* Megatel Quark
* Micromation M/System, Mariner and MiSystem
* Micromint SB180 (Hitachi HD64180 CPU)
* Morrow Designs (MD2, MD3, MD11)
* MSX (some MSX-standard machines ran the CP/M-like MSX-DOS)
* Mycron 3

N

* Nabu Network PC
* Nascom 1, 2
* NCR Decision mate V
* NEC APC
* NEC PC-8801
* Nelma Persona
* NorthStar Advantage (all in one computer)
* NorthStar Horizon (S-100)
* Nokia MikroMikko 1
* NYLAC Computers NYLAC (S-100) (all in one computer)

O

* OKI IF-800 (Z80 5MHz) Second Z80 on video controller
* Olivetti ETV300
* Olivetti M20 (CP/M-8000)
* Osborne 1
* Osborne Executive
* Osborne Vixen
* Otrona Attaché
* Otrona Attaché 8:16

P

* P112
* Philips P2000T
* Philips 3003/3004
* Piccolo [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=650]
* Piccoline [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=1171]
* Pied Piper [ [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=193 Old Computers Museum description retrieved 2008 March 25] ]
* Polymorphic Systems 8813
* Processor Technology Sol-20 (optional)

Q

* Quasar Data Products QDP-300

R

* RAIR "Black Box" (also ran MP/M)
* Research Machines 380Z and LINK 480Z
* Rex Computer Company REX 1
* Robotron A 5120
* Robotron KC 85
* Robotron PC 1715
* Royal Business Machines 7000 "Friday"

* SAGE IV
* SAM Coupé - (Pro-Dos = CP/M 2.2)
* Samsung SPC-1000
* Sanyo MBC families (i.e. MBC-1150)
* SBS 8000
* Scandis
* Seequa Chameleon
* Sharp MZ- series
* Sirius 1 (sold in the U.S. as the "Victor 9000")
* Software Publisher's ATR8000
* Sony SMC-70
* Sord CP/M as an option for the 8 bit models, CP/M-68K standard for the M68/M68MX
* Spectravideo SV-318/328
* Stride 400 series CP/M-68K was one of many operating systems on these
* ZX Spectrum +3 (built by Amstrad)

T

* Tandy TRS-80 Model II, Model 4, Model 4P
* Technical Design Labs (TDL) XITAN
* TeleData (Z80 Laptop)
* Telenova Compis (CP/M-86)
* Televideo TS-80x Series
* Texas Instruments TI-99/4A (with the MorningStar CP/M card or the Foundation CP/M card)
* TIM-011
* Toshiba T100
* Triumph-Adler Royal AlphaTronic PC (CPU was an Hitachi Z-80 clone)
* Tycom Microframe

U

* Unitron 8000, a dual processor machine built Sao Paulo in the early 1980s. The Unitron could boot either as an Apple II clone (using a clone 6502 processor) or in CP/M (using the Z80).

V

* Vector-06C (Intel 8080, 16 color graphics, made in USSR)
* Vector_Graphic Vector Graphic Corporation Vector Model 1,2 (Internal Model),3, Model 4 (Z80 & 8088 CP/M, CP/M-86 & PCDOS), Model 10 (Multiuser)
* Victor 9000 (sold as the "Sirius 1" in Europe)
* Visual Technology (Lowell, Ma) 1050, 1100 (Not Released)

W

* WaveMate Bullet
* Welect 80.2 (France, 1982)

X

* Xerox 820
* Xerox Sunrise 1800 / 1805

Y

* Yodobashi Formula-1

Z

* Zenith Data Systems Z89 (aka Heathkit H89)
* Zenith Data Systems Z-100
* Zorba

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