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T > TEXAS INSTRUMENTS  > TI 99 / 2


 

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Saturday 27th October 2018
Jeremy Benisek (United States)
www.dontpanic.biz

I have one of these and would like to sell it. Any one interested?

Please contact JB@dontpanic.biz


Friday 18th July 2014
Mark (USA)

There''s an interesting site about TMS99xx stuff :

http://www.avjd51.dsl.pipex.com/

Has quite a lot of stuff on the TI TMS9900/TMS9995 hardware including a breadboard self-build computer based on the TMS9995

Well worth a look !


Wednesday 19th February 2003
John Creviston (Texas)

I am in posession of a TI99/2. I am looking for an original power supply/wall transformer.
I do not own this machine, but am acting on behalf of the owner.
It might possibly be available for auction if there is enough interest. Please write for pictures for if you have questions. john creviston





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