The computer was battery powered and built into a small case so that it was easiy portable. They consisted of several modular units that could be configured however the student wanted. The control unit was marked on the back as serial #127. Several of the smaller units had the same number on the back and were part of that original set.
Pastoriza Research, who manufactured this computer, was bought out by Analog Devices, Inc. in 1969. Analog Devices is one of the leaders in the field of analog/digital conversion. Their website, www.analog.com, mentions the purchase of Pastoriza Research.
There is very little information on this computer. We know of only one other Pastoriza computer (see Rarity section to the left). We are dating this computer based on the single article we have found...it may be one or two years earlier. If you have any information, please contact us.
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