Definitions for "ABC 80"
The ABC 80 (Advanced BASIC Computer 80) was a home computer engineered by the Swedish corporation Dataindustrier AB (DIAB) and manufactured by Luxor in Motala, Sweden in the late 1970s (first model August 1978) and early 1980s. It was based on the Zilog Z80 and had 16 KB RAM and 16 KB ROM, the latter containing a BASIC interpreter. It had a Texas Instruments SN76477 sound chip, but there was no way to control the chips features in any detail, so the sound was limited to a small set of fixed sound effects.