glen.slick at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 17:50:31 CST 2008
> Was not that newsletter for a APPLE II, co-processor board?
> Did anybody ever use one, or any kind of general purpose co-processor
> boards for the PC?
HP made the 82300C BASIC Language Processor and the 82324A Measurement
Coprocessor cards, which were basically 68000 and 68030 based HP 9000
200/300 class systems on ISA bus cards which used the host PC for I/O
and ran HP BASIC 5.x or 6.x
Not really general purpose co-processors, although I suppose your
could always write your own software to run on them instead of HP
BASIC if you were motivated to do so.
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