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CRC Computers Inc. / CRC Ordinateurs Inc.


Name CRC Computers Inc. / CRC Ordinateurs Inc.
Year 1983
Location Montreal, Canada
Notes Vendor of CoCo expansion hardware
Info Source product manual
About the Company Info Box


(to be completed)


Disto Controllers

Super Add-ons for Disto Super Disk controllers

  • Disto Real time clock and parallel printer interface
  • Disto Mini EPROM programmer
  • Disto Hard Disk II Adapter - fully compatible with S.A.S.I. controller, fits inside Super Controllers, RAMdisk or MEB adapterm, OS-9 drivers included
  • Super RAMDisk 512K - upgradable to 1 MB
  • MEB adapter - a stand-alone mini-expansion-Bus to connect any other DISTo adapter directly to a Multi-Pak without needing a Super Controller or RAMDisk


  • RS-232 SuperPack - Rainbow Jan. 1989, p. 55


  • Super RAM 3 - easily installed inside the CoCo, fully compatible with OS-9 Level 2, cinluded a software package for BASIC with a printer spooler, a RAM disk, a memory test and an install/configure program
    • Zero K - non-populated upgrade board
    • Full 512K - upgrade board with memory chips