Sord (today, the Toshiba Personal Computer System Corporation) announced the M100 home computer series as its first consumer models in 1978.
Sord announced the M100ACE personal computer series, which added a floppy drive to the M100 series, the following year in 1979. Priced at \370,000, the M100ACE III aimed to penetrate the personal user market.
|CRT||12-inch green monitor with a display resolution of 64 characters×24 lines
Displayed letters, numbers, kana characters, and pseudo graphics
|External dimensions (w×d×h)||520×580×400 millimeters|
|Weight||Main unit: 14 kg
CRT: 7.2 kg
Mini-floppy unit (two drives): 5.1 kg