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Mon Dec 15 13:01:40 CST 2008
--- On Mon, 12/15/08, Dave McGuire <mcguire at neurotica.com> wrote:
> > Quite some time back I used an OCR package on a 486
> that used the AMD
> > 29K PeeCee development board for the horsepower.
> In 1988 or so, I used a similar OCR setup at work. I
> think it was called Calera, but I'm not sure. It used
> an ISA board with a 16MHz 68020 and a bunch of memory on it.
> It ran under DOS. Its code was all RAM-based, and was
> downloaded into the board at boot time by programs run from
BYTE had a coprocessor project sporting a 68020. For the life of me I can't remember what it's job was though. Something tells me it was related to graphics, but not an actual crt controller or what have you.
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