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Wed Feb 17 17:33:42 CST 2016
I've got one too, but please don't contact me about it. Seriously. I will
never tell you the super magic secret. Forget I said that.
On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 5:39 PM, jwsmobile <jws at jwsss.com> wrote:
> On 2/17/2016 1:32 PM, drlegendre . wrote:
>> Maybe we can salvage this thread..
>> If you +do+ happen to be interested in owning an SBC / digital computer
>> trainer, there are still quite a few Heathkit ET-3400 up on eBay at the
>> moment. Prices have come up a bit - though not much - from a year ago,
>> they were selling for ~$40.00 USD.
>> Nice little units, and full documentation is freely available.
>> Now a question..
>> On the LabVolt SBC, there's a little keylock on the lower, left of the
>> board. What's the purpose of the lock? Are there costly (RAM?) chips
>> there, or...?
>> I've got the 68HC11 version of the ET-3800 just acquired for probably
> more than I should have. Anyone have any software / experience with them?
> There appears to be a big box on Ebay for sale (x a couple of units for
> sale separately) for this as well, or maybe it is for the 3400.
> I'd be interested in what people have. Mine came with the processor
> personality and the memory module only.
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