Ruud wrote: > BTW, how many people amongst us own a SuperPET? I don't have one, but I just sold (donated) two 8032 keys to a fellow in the USA who has a SuperPET with some keys on the number pad lacking. I believe the SuperPET has some more symbols on the front side than a 8032 business keyboard has, but physically they should fit. Now when I think about it, despite having a reasonably big and diverse collection of computers and video games, I currently don't own a single 6809 based machine. I used to own a TRS-80 CoCo2 (NTSC) for a while but found its keyboard absolutely horrible as well as my TV was only able to pick up the RF signal in B&W, so I sold it. Of course I could get me a cheapish Dragon 32 or similar if I really wanted the 6809 covered. For the moment I stick with all the other CPUs instead: 6502 and variants, Z80, 1802, CP1610, 68000 and upwards, 8088 and upwards. Oh yes, I also lack any TMS99xx machines but have no intention to fill that gap. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-01-07 08:00:04
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