Enterprise

Enterprise

The Enterprise home computer was introduced on to the market in June, 1985 and was based on the Zilog Z80 CPU running at 4 MHz. It was developed by a British company known as Intelligent Software and marketed by Enterprise Computers. The machine was available in 2 variants, a version with 64kb RAM (Enterprise 64) and a version with 128 kb RAM (Enterprise 128).

Although the machine was a powerful home computer, it was not a commercial success, as when the Enterprise was shipped in 1985 then the home computer market was already dominated by the likes of the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC 464, BBC Micro and ZX Spectrum.