From: Anders Carlsson (anders.carlsson_at_sfks.se)
Date: 2007-03-28 21:20:07
Bil wrote: > the C16 came out half a year after we released it to Japan. What does that mean, that manufacturing took place in Japan, or was the C16 or any of its predecessors sold there before it was released in the Western world? By the way, exactly which models were ever released, and when? As far as I know, only three models went into production: C16, C116 and Plus/4 in the summer of 1984. The 264, 364, 232 etc appear to be more of prototypes, displayed around January 1984. However on another forum, a while ago I had a discussion with an otherwise very knowledgable gentleman (who perhaps is on this list? ;-) who claimed he could buy any TED machine he wanted in Canadian stores all through the late fall/Christmas of 1983. He was very insistent that he did not mistake it by one year. > See if they can post hi res including the bottom of the board, I should > be able to tell where it's from and recognize if that is my handwriting > on the ROMs. Hopefully you forwarded the last set of image links. Regarding if this is a repair shop experiment, the board looks very professionally well made for being a hobbyist hack. Every component is even labeled. Maybe hand written P19 means prototype run #19? Regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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