From: Lawrence Walker <>
Date: Fri Jan 16 23:17:54 1998

On 15 Jan 98 at 12:18, ZGE wrote:

> Thanks for the response , the Heathkit ET 3400 is a good trainer . The kx-33b
> had only data switches and I am guessing , possibly only 16 nibbles of ram .
> Not much you could do with it but I thought it looked interesting . I once saw
> an add for it in the December 1979 issue of Popular Electronics page 117. I
> also ran across an add for the NRI computer I had mentioned earlier PE. 3\77
> Pg. 37 from the add it looks to be called a model 832 .If anyone has the
> chance to go to any computer shows\auctions lately and has seen these type of
> computers I would appreciate hearing from you .
> Frank

 I used the ET3400 when I took my digital electronics course in 82.
It was an excellent trainer. Let you to explore the innards of micros
that no real micro would allow. I still have the Heathkit
digital course and workbooks. Thank you for jogging my memory.
Time to get back to basics and see what I've learned since then.

ciao larry
Received on Fri Jan 16 1998 - 23:17:54 GMT

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