TRW finds, 8" floppies, 68k PC

From: Dave McGuire <>
Date: Sat Sep 29 16:12:49 2001

On September 29, Mike Ford wrote:
> Peripheral Technology PT68K-2 from Computer Digest 1987 articles.
> This is a single board computer that fits in a XT case, but has a 10 mhz
> 68000 processor, 32 memory chips (HY53C256LS-80), floppy drive connector on
> ribbon cable, header marked winchester, etc. In the orignal box with
> manuals (board, humbug monitor, and dos), and floppies for SK DOS (Star K
> software with the HUMBUG rom on board), plus about a dozen misc 5.25"
> floppies and a comm program on 3.5" floppy. Looks like all the construction
> articles (cut) from Computer Digest 1987 by Peter Stark (ie Star K
> software), 1 issue of 68 Micro Journal, and a couple other 68k newsletters.
> Apparently this is designed towork in a XT case with XT monitor and
> keyboard. Without sounding too ebayish, this is a one of a kind very
> complete example of early computing.

  Oh wow...THAT is COOL. :-)


Dave McGuire
Laurel, MD
Received on Sat Sep 29 2001 - 16:12:49 BST

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