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D > DATAMAN DESIGNS > Menta


 

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Wednesday 16th November 2011
smalc (uk)

sandy white talks of programming with one of these... .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v$MTQv0Yz7eSw


Friday 24th December 2010
Colin Camper (UK)

I used to have one of these. It displayed a memory in HEX on the TV. You could step through your programs and see what happened to the memory on the display. It could print a hex dump via the serial port (A DIL header). The same header was used for saving/loading programs to tape.


Sunday 20th April 2008
PeriSoft (USA)
perisoft.org

That's got to be one of the ugliest computers I've ever seen.





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