Started by 00WReX, 11:46, 03 November 12
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Quote from: Gryzor on 20:59, 03 November 12Would love to have one, a nice project for someone not named Bryce, but the price...
Quote from: Bryce on 22:41, 03 November 12I actually rather like this project, but the fact that everything is already soldered onto the PCB kind of makes it boring for me Bryce.
Quote from: 00WReX on 01:43, 04 November 12 Microbee - "The Evolutionary Computers" (c.1986) Microbee - "The Evolutionary Computers" (c.1986)
Quote from: CP/M User on 23:09, 03 November 12I don't actually know a lot about these machines which I guess is a surprise given I'm an Aussie. I seem to recall seeing an Advertisement somewhere which showed how expensive these machines were, and I have a magazine somewhere with a Microbee type-in in it called "Sheepdog Trails". Though I've noticed that game has got around, even the Amstrad I think had a version. Not sure where the original "Sheepdog Trails" game came from, though I think there was a version of it written for the IBM BASIC in the early 80s.
Quote from: Gryzor on 21:13, 04 November 12The promo video is actually quite cool, and rather impressive.As for the teaching part, more interesting than the teacher's choice of colour is the turtle - so the thing had LOGO?
Quote from: Bryce on 12:24, 05 November 12The video is cool. Was there anybody in Australia NOT using a Microbee (other than CP/M User who seems to have slept through the entire Evolution ). When did they find time to buy all those blue jumpsuits, over-sized glasses and square looking Holdens? Bryce.
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