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Re: TI 99/4A program modules [message #281255 is a reply to message #281253] Wed, 04 March 1987 08:15 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Originally posted by: cavrak@uvm-gen.UUCP (Steve Cavrak)
Article-I.D.: uvm-gen.507
Posted: Wed Mar  4 08:15:20 1987
Date-Received: Sun, 8-Mar-87 02:54:25 EST
References: <1031@bunny.UUCP>
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Organization: EMBA Computer Facility, Univ. of Vermont, Burlington.
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Xref: mnetor comp.sys.misc:413 comp.sys.ti:5

in article <1031@bunny.UUCP>, cpr0@bunny.UUCP (C. Rosebrugh) says:
 >  Xref: uvm-gen comp.sys.misc:406 comp.sys.ti:5
 >  
 >  What I need to know is if there is still a source for the
 >  plug in ROM modules that the [TI 99/4a] uses. 
 > 

Yes!  Triton Products Company, P.O. Box 8123, San Francisco CA,
94128.  (800) 227-6900 for questions or orders.

Their latest product is the Triton Turbo XT that turns your TI
into an IBM-PC.  For $499 !   Love it !
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