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Monday 1st June 2015
Cristina Saunier (San Francosco, CA)
Old-computers.com

Did you work in Albuquerque? My dad worked for MITS. He is Don Saunier.


Wednesday 20th September 2006
Ron Scales (Tucson AZ)

Some peripherals were not mentioned in the description. The 680b had a 16Kx8 bit static RAM, 16Kx8 bit dynamic RAM, Audio Cassette interface, Process Control interface, Universal I/O interface, A/D-D/A interface, and 5.25" Mini Disk Interface w/Basic. I used to work at MITS in the 70's.





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