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Wednesday 4th December 2013
Michael (USA)

Was lucky enough to find four of these that were being thrown out by a school.


Saturday 31st December 2011
TC (US)

The ASCI System X also had an RS-232 port and an available expansion board with BASIC on ROM. IIRC BASIC was launched from the monitor by:

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The BASIC board could eat itself if a user POKEd at the wrong addresses.

ASCI''s marketing catchphrase for the System X was "a system so updated, it can''t be outdated". I''m not gonna hold my breath waiting for a USB 3.0 interface though. :)





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