non-CP/M Z80 board

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at
Wed Jun 18 11:14:05 CDT 2008

On Wednesday 18 June 2008 11:57, Dave McGuire wrote:
> > I was actually referring to those 8085-family parts up there,  but
> > I don't have a whole lot of enthusiasm for that part these days,  unless I
> > want to go for low chip count for some specific application.
>    Ahh ok, sorry for my mistake...I thought you were referring to the
> Z80 parts.
> > I suspect that where I'm probably going to come up short is in
> > finding a sufficient quantity of 40-pin wire-wrap sockets to build this
> > with.   :-)
>    Are you dead-set against just buying them?

Money is tight,  unless things change rather drastically in the near future, 
and there are a lot of demands on available funds that tend to 
exclude "hobby" stuff like this,  unfortunately.  I might be able to manage 
some small quantity of 'em,  if it comes to that.  :-)

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