Sorry Captain, but the primary warp core can only reach a speed of 2.5 MHz. I'm afraid we're all going to go hungry tonight - I'm going to call for a pizza! :lol:Quote:
Originally Posted by curt8769
That is hilarious. Memory expandable to 16K. Only $10,600 in 1965.
You could buy a fuel-injected Corvette for $4100 in 1965.
I wonder how many sold? :lol:
Yes, but can it run linux? :shock:
Either way, we had better alert the NetBSD developers.
I used to own one of those until I lost it :cry:Quote:
Originally Posted by cayalee
They look very nice.
LOL i remember those. I guess that's why they ended up selling them through mail order advertised in the back of comic books in the 80's! they were trying to get some of the $$$ back that they spent on R&DQuote:
kinda reminds me a bit of the yank space prgram where they spent millions trying to make a pen that would work in space where the russians used a pencil.
BWT: before you laugh at the 2.5Mhz processor, consider that it almost rivals the Super Nintendo's 3.5Mhz clock speed. And my Tandy 1000, which runs at a rip-roaring 4.77Mhz (circa 1984) wasn't on the store shelves until almost 2 _decades_ later! I wonder if other countries bought and modified Kitchen Computers for use in missile guidance systems in the '60s :P