Heathkit/Zenith Data Systems Computers (1977 - mid-1980s)
Heath Company was one of the key players at the beginning of the personal computer revolution. Today, most people carry vastly more computing power and storage in the form of a small phone. These early systems had processors which ran at 2 MHz, supported at most 64k of memory, and used floppy disks which supported about 100k.
In the mid 80s they started making IBM PC compatible systems, like most of the industry. They had some excellent designs/systems, but this site is focused exclusively on the pre-IBM PC computers, their software, and accessories.
I've received several more donations of equipment, manuals, software, etc. There have been other updates to several of the pages on the site, and expect more changes to be coming soon.
I've been updating and adding to various company pages, adding more disks images and manuals. I have added a huge amount to my collection, and have a lot more updates and additions to the website to do.