Tiger Learning Computer

From: Sam Ismail <dastar_at_crl.com>
Date: Wed Jun 4 08:42:58 1997

On Wed, 4 Jun 1997, Tim Shoppa wrote:

> You guys will have to let me step in here and express a few
> questions which demonstrate my ignorance of the Tiger Learning
> Computer and its attraction:
> 1. Am I correct in assuming that it is impossible to run software
> on the Tiger unless it comes in the form of a manufacturer
> supplied cartridge?
> 2. Am I correct in assuming that there is no cartridge with Integer
> or Applesoft Basic?
> Don't #1 and #2 above pretty much limit the user to running an
> incredibly tiny set of software? If so, then isn't the Tiger
> little more than a incredibly stunted and dead-ended version of
> the Apple II architecture? Sorry folks, maybe the Tiger just
> isn't for me...

Until someone (me) figures out how to attach a disk drive to it. Will
you buy one then?

Computer Historian, Programmer, Musician, Philosopher, Athlete, Writer, Jackass
Received on Wed Jun 04 1997 - 08:42:58 BST

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