TitleCrocus Microcomputer Kit Power Supply
Dimensions3 x 6 1/4 x 5 1/2 in.
DescriptionThe Crocus was a low-cost microcomputer kit based on the Motorola 6800, with 1KB of EPROM and 2KB of RAM. The screen was a standard TV and the amwss storage was a cassette recorder. The Crocus was running assemly language and BASIC programs. Twenty units were built by hobbyistss with either a 12-key or a full alphanumeric keyboard.
Object is a CPU inside the keyboard (X2313.2002A) with an attached external power supply (X2313.2002B) both labeled "SYSTEME MICROPROCESSEUR CROCUS/EPSILON-SYSTEM".