PCC 2000 is a professional computer released in 1978. It was designed in 1978 by Pertec, the company which merged with MITS by the end of 1976.
The PCC is conceived as a monobloc machine, where the display and two 8" floppy disk drives are built-in the main case. The mechanical keyboard offers separated numeric and editing keypads.
The system is powered by an Intel 8085 microprocessor and offers 64 KB RAM. The whole thing was apparently delivered with an extended Basic language, which has DOS commands built-in to control the disk drives.
Options advertised were:
- CP/M, Cobol, Fortran, Basic compiler languages
- 10 MB hard disk
- wordprocessor software
The PCC 2000 was originaly called the MITS 300/15 and renamed to reflect the Pertec brand. This machine replaced the MITS Altair S-100 computers.
The PCC 2000 was also marketed by Ordisor in France, as the Ordisor PCC 2000.
|END OF PRODUCTION||Unknown|
|BUILT IN LANGUAGE||Unknown|
|KEYBOARD||Full-stroke QWERTY keyboard with editing and numeric keypads. 12 function keys|
|RAM||64 KB (up to 1MB)|
|SIZE / WEIGHT||Unknown|
|BUILT IN MEDIA||2 x 8'' floppy disk-drives (500 KB/axis)|
|OS||MTX (multi-user operating system), CP/M optional|
|POWER SUPPLY||Built-in power supply|
|PERIPHERALS||10 MB hard disks, floppy disk drives, dumb terminals, printers|