I want to know where your curb is. First an original IBM and now this. Someone said the IBM would be your last find. Now this. You are officially a lucky duck.Message 1 of 38 , Oct 1, 2009View SourceI want to know where your curb is.First an original IBM and now this.Someone said the IBM would be your last find.Now this.You are officially a lucky duck.billdrom----- Original Message -----From: Joe GilibertiTo: midatlanticretroSent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 3:51 PMSubject: [midatlanticretro] Graymark 809 TrainerI picked this up today from the curb. It consists of a three-ring binder, with a SBC inside (made to fit a three-ring binder,) and its technical manual. After a quick glance at the board and the manual, it uses an Intel 8085, has 2k battery backed static ram, 8k rom, and RS-232c interface. It has an Atari 400-style keypad for hex and commands, as well as 8 switches for data.
Anyone know when it might be from?
Joyce, Thank you for checking. Do you have any information about the original COSMAC 1801 computer? This as far as I can tell was the first computer-ishMessage 38 of 38 , Oct 9, 2009View Source
Thank you for checking. Do you have any information about the original COSMAC 1801 computer? This as far as I can tell was the first computer-ish device based on the COSMAC processor.
Joyce Weisbecker wrote:Hi.I never received an e-mail from you about my father, Joe Weisbecker, but please try again :). Mother donated all of Dad's papers and prototypes to the David Sarnoff Library, so I only have a few things related to the programs I wrote and sold to RCA for the VIP and Studio II.Try e-mailing again at this address (minmax_3512@...). I'd be happy to correspond with you.Joyce