Series 80 - Prog ROM Module clone update



#2

Hi,
Sorry for the clumsy title, here is some more information on the clone version of the HP Series 80 (HP-85, HP-86, HP-87, HP-9915) Programmable ROM Module - 82929A.

Here is a picture of the lastest prototype from Bill K the maker:

http://www.vintagecomputers.btinternet.co.uk/hp80/pics/clone_prog_rom_module_prototype.jpg

This has the ability to store multiple ROM images (eg Assembler, Extended Mass Storage, EDISK, I/O, Mass Storage) as well as user programs.

More details once I get my hands on it, still yet to have a plan for general availability.

Regards,
John


#3

Very interesting, I'm ready to buy 2 of them asap :)

Olivier

#4

I would take at least one too, do you have an idea of the pricing?


#5

Hi,

Price very much TBA, I have started a waiting list!

Regards,
John


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