BTI 8000

Chris Kennedy chris at mainecoon.com
Wed Jan 23 13:10:23 CST 2008


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Al Kossow wrote:

| I turned up a brochure and technical summary last night, scans up under
| http://bitsavers.org/pdf/bti

Oh man, is that a blast from the past.  Of course the system as it
existed in 1978 was nothing like what is described in the glossies with
much of the I/O still being handled by the BTI 5000 emulator that hung
off the side.

All in all it was a pretty cool machine, even if it was one giant
example of second system syndrome.


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