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  1. After watching some more videos of Nostalgia Nerd, I watched some other videos of his, and started watching a video on the Home Computer Museum in Helmond, the Netherlands (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8dexRPxeRs&t=0s) At around the 11:22 mark the owner starts discussing the DAI Computer that originated from Belgium. This has a very interesting TI Connection. Has anyone in especially the US know about this? Edit: Sorry for this post, I just saw it was already discussed.
  2. In the video he also shows the Spectrum, which also used Volume Control for Tape Operation.
  3. Hi guys. I was just watching this video on Youtube from a UK content creator Nostalgia Nerd on Digital Tape Drives for various systems, including the C64 and the ZX Spectrum. I want to know if there is any such thing available for the TI?
  4. Hi guys. I was one of a lot of South Africans that had the TI. We used a Euro version (PAL, 240V and It was the Cream/Beige version with Grey/Metallic peripherals). The Spectrum and Commodores were waaaaaay more popular though.
  5. Stephen. When could you have the TI's available?
  6. retroclouds Have u used any graphical apps (WSLg) on WSL2?
  7. Here is a link to another YT video on the TI:
  8. I do not know if this would be helpful, but Wine version 6.0.1 runs on the M1. (Wine64 though). Might be worth a shot
  9. Just found this on Youtube. Migh be worth a watch. Covers the TI:
  10. A Youtuber with the channel name 8-Bit Show and tell posted a video on our beloved system:
  11. Ben Heck Hacks just did a TI Video. Enjoy. Gonna watch it now.
  12. Just watching this, might be of interest:
  13. Just saw this video on youtube. Might be of interest. If it is in incorrect forum, please move.
  14. Hiya The Geneve Mame zip on your file is not available for download. GDRIVE says it is your trash
  15. I got mine in 1981'ish and got a Speech Synth, Data recorder, Munchman, Alpiner and a TEII with it. Later on I would find out that a friend of mine also had a TI, with Extended Basic and Joysticks. I was very envious!. Till I found out that someone who I met through a computer club had a system with Expansion Box. I finally got Mini Memory and Personal Record Keeping in about 82 ish. I never got Extended Basic. Back in those days, I wanted something different from my friends (They had ZX Spectrums, Vic20's and C64's). My sole reason was to learn BASIC. In South Africa we struggled to get material for the TI, and I remember I had to order C. Regena's Programmers Guide to the TI book from the US. Luckily, our local newsagent sold Compute Magazines, and I devoured them. We only could get beige systems, and I always wondered why the friend's PEB was grey, and my Speech Synth also grey. I sold my TI later on, and am now looking to get one again (Wink wink.... Who has one to sell?) Now, I am just relying on Emulation to keep me happy.
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