Looking for a DOS program called pianoplayer

From: Jim Leonard <trixter_at_oldskool.org>
Date: Wed Feb 16 19:23:31 2005

William Layer wrote:
> I had a brief affair with the Toshiba T1000 machines; neat little 8088 portable, with SuperTwist mono LCD display, a 720K floppy, no hard disk, Toshi-DOS 2.11 in ROM, and an expansion RAM card that could be partitioned into system RAM and 'hard RAM' - which could then be used like a C: hard disk.. a 768K hard disk. On the bright side, access time was quite fast, and battery life was excellent.

This sounds like a perfect machine to do some oldskool DOS 8088 programming on
while on trips... Do the batteries in these kinds of things still work and/or
can be reconditioned? If not, are there any portable small 8088/8086 laptops
(other than the HP palmtops, which still command a premium for some reason)
that use conventional batteries?
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Received on Wed Feb 16 2005 - 19:23:31 GMT

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