From: jpero_at_mail.cgo.wave.ca <(jpero_at_mail.cgo.wave.ca)>
Date: Tue Jun 10 22:05:36 1997

> Date: Wed, 11 Jun 1997 07:38:30 +0000
> What I would like to point out is that, if I find a machine which has
> them (it) in it, I would pull the chip out to put it on display, BUT I
> would NOT break up the machine at all. It will go with all the other
> items in my collection (please go and see) so that, one day, if I really
> wanted to, I could put the chip back where it belongs.
> So now that I explained myself, can anybody help me with this? I imagine
> the PDP is out of question due to shipping difficulties but the BioRyhtm
> sound small enough. More info?
> Thank you very much!
> enrico

Hi, The grey/beige HP terminal with heavy keyboard that have
black and white "squashed" monitor shaped does have this 8008 chip
in one of its "card". Accessible by tripping two catches between the
shells to hinge up the monitor to reveal the cards in bottom case

Jason D.
Received on Tue Jun 10 1997 - 22:05:36 BST

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