RE: [midatlanticretro] Texas Instruments computer question
Re: [midatlanticretro] Texas Instruments computer questionI sold an old ti system recently...
Is this what you're talking about?
From: Richard A. Cini <rcini@...>
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2008 8:25 PM
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Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Texas Instruments computer question
On 10/13/08 7:59 PM, "Dan Roganti" <ragooman@...> wrote:
Once you google this computer, you come up with the following from ClassicCmp:
Is that the TI system that has a bunch of modules that plug together? If
so, I have the software book that goes with it. The name of it is "Software
Design for MicroProcessors" by TI. I also have the brochure for the system
along with the packing slip and misc papers from when someone ordered the
book (only) from TI. Modules for the system were: LCM-1001 Microprogrammer
Module, LCM-1002 Controller Module, LCM-1003 Memory Module and LCM-1004
Input/Output Module. There were also manuals for each module but I don't
Richard A. Cini wrote:
Texas Instruments computer question All:
I just had a few memory bits shake back into alignment and Im remembering a TI computer that was like a building block computer. It was housed in a rectangular off-white case that looked like a Radio Shack project box. One module had a front panel of sorts and there were two or three other connectible modules for memory and I/O expansion.
I remember seeing an ad for it in BYTE but for the life of me, I dont remember when or which issue -- but its between 1976 and 1988 :-)
Is this ringing any bells with people? I did some googling on it tonight but without a partial name, all Im turning up is the 99/4.
I haven't seen one before.
But is it this one ?
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