Beehive Topper (was: laptops and 5.25 inch floppy drives?)
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Wed Jan 10 17:21:27 CST 2007
In article <f4eb766f0701101509w65a8cf83g41b2986e16a325aa at mail.gmail.com>,
"Ethan Dicks" <ethan.dicks at gmail.com> writes:
> On 1/10/07, Fred Cisin <cisin at xenosoft.com> wrote:
> > The world lost much when Don Maslin died.
> Amen. Just this week, I found the envelope for the Kaypro disk he
> sent me years ago.
I didn't know who this was so a little googling turned up a list of
disks that Don had put together. Browsing the list revealed this
Name Format Description
BEEV10 DSDD Beehive Topper II CP/M 2.2 System - BIOS 1.0
BEEV13 DSDD Beehive Topper II CP/M 2.2 System - BIOS 1.3
This seems to imply that Beehive (based in Utah) made some sort of
CP/M machine called the "Topper II".
Does anyone know about this machine?
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