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Photos 'tweaked' to reflect a TI-99/4A theme.

Posted by --- Ω ---, 14 April 2017 · 142 views

Over the past couple of years, I've tweaked a few images here and there to reflect a TI-99/4A theme.
I figured I'd post a few of them here...
 
 
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Getting back into the TI-99/4A easily & quickly! (updated 2/27/2017)

Posted by --- Ω ---, 16 February 2017 · 761 views
TI-99/4A, Classic Computing and 1 more...
Getting back into the TI-99/4A easily & quickly! (updated 2/27/2017) The 'classic' TI-99/4A computer has been getting much more popular the past couple of years.  The TI community is quite literally exploding with new users, hardware and software.  Now has never been a better time to join the community or to 'come back home' from a long absence.  
 
In the past there were a few limitations that held...


Awesome 3D Printed Case for the TI-99/4A Plug-N-Play 32K Device

Posted by --- Ω ---, 28 January 2017 · 384 views
TI-99/4A, 3D PRINTED, COD3M4ST4 and 2 more...
Awesome 3D Printed Case for the TI-99/4A Plug-N-Play 32K Device Heads Up!
If you own one of JediMatt42's Plug-N-Play 32K expansion devices to the TI-99/4A, you'll want to watch the video below.
Atari Age user cOd3m4st4 has been making 3D printed cases for TI homebrew projects like the Flash ROM 99, the NanoPEB and the CF7.  His latest case, designed for Jedimatt42's Plug-N-Play 32K device is by far his best...


Easily Overlooked -- "Jam Packed" Informational Source for the TI-99/4A

Posted by --- Ω ---, 23 January 2017 · 253 views
TI-99/4A, Floppy Days, Podcast and 1 more...
Easily Overlooked -- "Jam Packed" Informational Source for the TI-99/4A Just because something is old doesn’t mean it’s dull and uninteresting, our TI-99/4A’s are proof of that!  In fact there is a lot of interesting information floating around the Internet that can easily be overlooked. 
 
We all know how to search for text documents, web sites and other specific things we know exist, but wha...


NanoPEB & CF7 -- 3D Printed Cases!

Posted by --- Ω ---, 28 December 2016 · 401 views
TI-99/4A, NanoPEB, CF7, 3DP
NanoPEB & CF7 -- 3D Printed Cases! The NanoPEB & CF7's have been available for a few years, and now after an extended period of time, appear to be back in limited production again.
 
Now in the past, like the present, one of the major drawbacks of the Nano PEB & CF7 has been the lack of an available protective case.  Many of us were forced to "kludge" something together f...


JediMatt42's -- Plug-N-Play 32K for the TI-99/4A

Posted by --- Ω ---, 20 October 2016 · 587 views
TI-99/4A, 32K, JediMatt42 and 2 more...
Back in the day there were a ton of TI-99/4A consoles released into the wild, most of them went 'unexpanded', many ended up in the back of a closet never to see daylight for decades.  Why?  Because the system add-ons were very expensive, so by the time prices came down, TI had abandoned the home computer market and people had moved on to newer,...


Tursi's - Slideshow & TMS9918 converter 'combo package' (UPDATE 10/05/16)

Posted by --- Ω ---, 04 October 2016 · 667 views
TI-99/4A, F18A, HDX, TMS9918 and 3 more...
Tursi's - Slideshow & TMS9918 converter 'combo package'  (UPDATE 10/05/16) For decades, graphics on the TI-99/4A sucked by contemporary standards.  As time marched on, so did the world of static images, leaving the aging TMS9918 all but abandoned for active work. Working with graphics on the TI became slow and cumbersome, compared to modern machines. This 'dual combo' is real easy to use together, and makes using graph...


Using your classic VGA based gear on contemporary flat-screen TV's

Posted by --- Ω ---, 21 September 2016 · 496 views
VGA, HDMI, Classic Computing and 3 more...
Using your classic VGA based gear on contemporary flat-screen TV's You want to use your F18A enhanced computer, vintage game machine or other VGA equipped classic computer on your fancy new big screen television set?  Think again, most new TV’s no longer support VGA or S-Video inputs.   Don’t you just love planned obsolescence and cost saving methods?  What’s a hobbyist to do?...


A new 3D printed case for the FlashROM 99. (Edited 8/01/2016)

Posted by --- Ω ---, 11 July 2016 · 1,443 views
TI-99/4A, FlashROM99, Omega
A new 3D printed case for the FlashROM 99. (Edited 8/01/2016) The months of June & July of 2016 were exciting times for users of the classic TI-99/4A "Home Computer".  We were lucky enough to get not one, but TWO new goodies!
The first was the << FlashROM 99 >> and the second was the new 3D printed case.  It didn't take long for this thing to hit the market either.  The reason?...


The AMAZING "FlashROM 99" Cartridge -- (Modified 7/27/2016)

Posted by --- Ω ---, 31 May 2016 · 3,045 views
TI-99/4A, FlashROM99
The AMAZING "FlashROM 99" Cartridge -- (Modified 7/27/2016) The
FlashROM 99
 
The FlashROM 99 that came out in May of 2016 has proven to be a definite paradigm shift in cartridge technology for the TI-99/4A.  In the past, if one wanted cartridge based programs they either had to buy an EEPROM programmer, like the MiniPRO TL866CS, and some chips, and do it themselves , or pay someone else to do i...






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