The 1981 Zendex AQ-85 Monitor was intended to replace the Intel MDS Monitor in the Intel MDS-225 Microcomputer Development System. It also shipped with the Zendex ZX-85 CPU card which was hardware and software compatible with the MDS-225. In fact, the ZX-85 could replace the IPC completely, or form the basis of a Zendex Microcomputer Development System. Three unusual AQ-85 commands allowed (F) the format of a DD Intel MMFM 8" disk, (W) write selected tracks/sectors from a 128-byte memory buffer, and (R) read a selected track/sector to a 128-byte memory buffer.
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