Computers_With_BASIC_in_ROM / was Re: Texas Instruments CC-40 won't boot
rickb at bensene.com
Sun May 3 08:52:06 CDT 2015
The Wang machine was the 2200, first introduced in May of '73. It
definitely had BASIC in ROM.
There were a number of different versions, but they were all 2200-series
For more information, see Jim Battles' http://wang2200.org, a really
great website with everything you want to know about the 2200 series,
including an emulator that runs the original ROM code.
The Old Calculator Museum
> Brent Hilpert wrote:
> You're missing the HP 9830 (which would be the first, 1972). (full
> if I have your meaning correct, FP support)
> The Wang 2000 (mid 70s) would be another I believe, if I have the
> model/series correct - others can speak to that one better than I can.
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