The Dick Smith Super-80 was a Zilog Z80 based kit computer running at 2MHz and developed as a joint venture between Electronics Australia magazine and Dick Smith Electronics. It was presented as a series of construction articles in Electronics Australia magazine's August, September and October 1981 issues. In some ways it was similar to the Microbee, it even used the same keyboard.
The Super-80 Repository is now finally open to all members. Thanks go to our member Robert who has made available most of the material there. Documentation, manuals, magazines, ROM's and of course lots of games and utilities. You can get to it all via the normal MSPP Repository link. But you do need to select Vintage repository rather than Microbee.
A new Vintage Computer forum has been included in the Main forum to facilitate any discussion related to the Super-80.
The Super-80 is well supported via the MESS emulator for those that want to get a feel for the machine without actually having one. I've had some great fun over the past couple of weeks testing it out. So go for it