Using the Kansas City standard and two 8-bit parallel ports. At the time, the inclusion of a full keyboard and video display interface was unusual, as most microcomputer kits back then came with only a hexadecimal keyboard and a seven-segment display. To minimize costs, the buyer had to assemble a Nascom by hand, soldering about 3,000 connections onto the single circuit board.
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