Atari questions from non-Atari person

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Thu Dec 21 11:49:34 2000

On Wed, 20 Dec 2000, Jeff Hellige wrote:

> At 08:07 PM 12/20/00 -0500, you wrote:
> >Toad Computers ( sold a card for the PC that ran ST software.
> >I think it was called the Gemulator.
> I believe Toad is out of the Atari business now...the last time I checked
> out their website, all of the Atari stuff had been removed. I've not been
> up to their store in a number of years though. The 'closet' that housed
> the 8-bit stuff was always pretty interesting to rummage through. I never
> used Gemulator, which does sound correct for the name, but I did use the
> 8-bit emulator they sold.

True, Toad pulled out a few years ago. GEMulator is now free and does not
need any particular hardware. I think the author concentrates on Mac
emulation nowadays.

> Does Best Electronics still sell ST stuff? They were a bit pricey the
> last time I looked, but they carried quite a bit. At the time when I had
> only FIDO access they were the only place I could find a replacement ST/STE
> keyboard for my MEGA.

Best are indeed still in the business. Err, isn't there some US shop
called "Homa", too? Of course, there's the shady System Solutions of the
UK, as well as Keychange Music. And a range of retailers in Germany, of
Received on Thu Dec 21 2000 - 11:49:34 GMT

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