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T > TOMY  > Tutor / Pyuuta


 

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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 !


Thursday 26th June 2014
Robert  (England)

Hi.

Does anyone have schematics, service manuals, detailed pics of PCB etc ??

Thanks


Wednesday 12th December 2012
byron guerrero (guatemala)

wow!! my father got me this computer when i was a kid!! i love it!!! you can program in BASIC (at the time i have no idea i will work on computers and still program in BASIC some times). it was fun!! you can draw things!!!, but i can not save anything... i never knew why, good to see it again!! thanks dad for the great gift (R.I.P).


Wednesday 12th December 2012
byron guerrero (guatemala)

wow!! my father got me this computer when i was a kid!! i love it!!! you can program in BASIC (at the time i have no idea i will work on computers and still program in BASIC some times). it was fun!! you can draw things!!!, but i can not save anything... i never knew why, good to see it again!! thanks dad for the great gift (R.I.P).


Wednesday 28th December 2011
Dave (USA)

This was my first computer as a kid$-the first computer that belonged entirely to ME. I had a couple of games, the joysticks, the built-in painting program, plus BASIC. But i couldn''t save anything, because we never got the cassette drive. Oh well. Fun stuff :)


Monday 7th December 2009
wiley14 (North Carolina, USA)

Ahh... the Tomy Tutor. This is what got me interested in computers. My half-brother had one as a kid that his dad bought. Being the little brother with handmedowns, I got my hands on it. We had exactly one cartridge - Hyperspace. That gets old, quick. And i''m not an artist by any stretch. So, I learned BASIC. Didn''t have a tape recorder to save the programs, so I wrote them down and tried my best to keep from powering it off. To this day, I still have the console and somewhere, the manual. I thought about ripping out the CPU to use in another project, but I think after seeing this website, they are kinda rare and I''ll leave it intact. Dunno if it still powers on though... :-)





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