Basic/Four Corporation Model 7250 terminal
jwstephens at msm.umr.edu
Sat Dec 16 14:11:10 CST 2006
Jay West wrote:
>> SMD world, the Reflex I and II.
> Didn't they come from Western Dynex or something like that?
Westerb Dynex drives were the inspiration for the top loading 5 and 10
mb 2314 type patter and head drives. Microdata called them Marathons,
and they were 9000 drives.
The Reflexs are 15000 drives if I recall.
>> is that the microprocessor version, or is it one of the bigger
>> reality machines?
> The M2000 \
I never saw it called an M2000. this is the package that the Microdata
Royale ended up in. If it is what was called an 8000, I did the
firmware for it, and can help a bit :-) It is a 1600.
> Ugg.. I hated that machine. The Sequel was nice though. There's a
> company here in town that has a sequel but the firmware board has been
> yanked. I think there's a couple reflex drives and a tape drive there.
> There was a Series 18 at Matthews Medical Books here in town, but I
> think that's long gone.
you should get the reflex drives, you will need them for parts
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