Speaking of 6502s, was Re: 70's micros still available - was 1802 problems
philpem at dsl.pipex.com
Tue Jan 3 16:52:40 CST 2006
In message <200601031242.40172.rtellason at blazenet.net>
"Roy J. Tellason" <rtellason at blazenet.net> wrote:
> I always thought that'd be a nifty machine to get a hold of and play with,
> but never did, somehow. Last one I saw for sale was way up there in price,
> not something I was gonna spend...
So I've noticed. Prices for SYM-1s are just as bad. I would love to get my
hands on a KIM-1 or a SYM-1 (aka SY-VIM-1)... Or an AIM-65 for that matter.
Anything's good, as long as it's 6502 powered :)
> I remember some magazine article dealing with Sweet-16, in Byte? Been a long
> time, anyhow. That stuff built in ain't that big a deal, my thinking is
> more toward doing assembly and such on some other box and downloading it.
I think there's an article about it on <http://www.6502.org/>...
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