KIM-1 (was Re: Cheap Video cookbooks and machines WTD)

From: Ben Franchuk <>
Date: Mon Dec 31 14:55:49 2001

Ethan Dicks wrote:

> I don't think the "Cheap Video Cookbook" would survive the scanning
> process (or at least, mine surely wouldn't - the binding would fragment
> and I would have a stack of loose sheets - easier to scan, but kinda
> messy for later).

More like 'Good Video - Cheap paper-back cookbook'

> The KIM is one of the items on my list from that era to aquire (got a
> SYM-1 and an AIM-65). I'd love to see a website about a clone. Was it
> this - - you were thinking
> of? A schematic, but no board layout (I can generate schematics all day
> long with OrCAD, but for a variety of reasons, I've never been able to
> successfully migrate one of my designs to a layout package, which is why
> the Elf99 project stalled).

Do Doooo Do Doooo
You are now in the 6502 zone ... we control ...
... hey I am lucky to got out of their alive. I am not sure where I
saw that.

What is a lot on the web is the small PC's made in the UK,
back then. They tended to use 'cheap video' style hardware
and z80's so that may be a idea of where to look for ideas.
Ben Franchuk - Dawn * 12/24 bit cpu *
Received on Mon Dec 31 2001 - 14:55:49 GMT

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