The Computerist's Video Plus board

From: Hans Franke <>
Date: Thu Dec 23 12:04:17 1999

> I just dug out an old single board computer which was made by a company
> called "The Computerist" which is called a "Video Plus", probably around
> 1981-82. Its a 6502 based board with the same form factor as the Kim-1 and
> I believe the same pin outs on the two 44 pin edge connectors. It has some
> 6522 vias and some video signal generating chip, a composite video output,
> sockets for eprom, four 2114 ram, etc.

> Does anybody have documentation on this board? I lost mine years ago when
> I sold off my old KIM-1 stuff :-( and would like to resurrect this board.
> Its in very good shape, but is missing some socketed chips. Need docs
> though to get anywhere.

Sorry for the delay, I'm just sorting out a bit the old stuff from
the list ...

Yes, I have a new, original packed Video plus board, including all
docs. If you like I can give you a copy op all material. The Video
Plus could Either run as Video Board on all KIM compatible busses,
or, when adding a 6502 in an empty socket as a system on it's own.


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