jbdigriz Posted October 6, 2022 Share Posted October 6, 2022 Cameron Kaiser has an excellent blog post on using TI's bubble memory terminals as a simulated paper tape punch/reader for the KIM-1 computer. Much detail and many pics of the workings of the 763/765. Also 745, et al. And some history. Apparently MOS used these as development terminals for the KIM-1 board. At least, as Cameron notes, until Commodore bought them out. 🙂 http://oldvcr.blogspot.com/2022/09/what-kim-1-really-needs-is-bubble.html 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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