Holborn 6110

The Holborn 6110 / 6100 is the successor of the Holborn 9100, the first Holborn from 1981. The Holborn 9100 ran it's operating system (HOS, Holborn Operating System) entirely from ROM, thus being limited.

Soon after the introduction, the cheaper 7100 and 6100 were released. The latter only made it up to 100 systems released. The 6100 is capable of running CP/M from disk and even harddisk.

Due to the fast rise of IBM's personal computer and the decline of CP/M in favor of MS-DOS/PC-DOS, Holborn went bankrupt in 1983.

Catalog type
Desktop computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
1982
Processor
z80

Museum Collection

Set up interactively in our 80s space
Collection Serial code Owner
Holborn 6110 6110-0012 Rick Companje
Holborn 6140 diskdrive 6140-0066 Rick Companje

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