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  1. Looks great! Power supply and all, I still don't have one of those for my Model 100 yet.
  2. I noticed 2 DVIs for sale on eBay if anyone is looking. https://www.ebay.com/itm/RADIO-SHACK-Vintage-TRS-80-Disk-Video-Interface-Cat-26-3806/333396605315 https://www.ebay.com/itm/RADIO-SHACK-Vintage-TRS-80-Disk-Video-Interface-Cat-26-3806/233401502421
  3. Thanks for the PDF and disk. It's very clear.
  4. Before I got the TurboChameleon 64 or 1541 Ultimate I used one of these: http://store.go4retro.com/zoomfloppy/ Used the command line tools to copy d64 disks to real floppies with it.
  5. I think with the II+ you are missing the mini-assembler, but not a show-stopper really.
  6. Yes, don't worry, I do the same thing. Unfortunately ends up costing a bit more, but I think it's worth it. I think the TPPD2 I purchased came all the way from Scotland!
  7. Now that's a retro enthusiast! He even has a payphone installed.
  8. The DVI is somewhat rare on eBay of course, but you can find them now and then. Same thing with the external floppy, but you'll probably need to replace the belt on it if you find one. ArcadeShopper sells floppies for the external drive as well!
  9. Well, it was the early 80s, so you can get text output on a TV or monitor ;) Here are a few links and a guy messing with a DVI on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt6AmyLKkXQ http://tandy.wiki/Disk/Video_Interface http://www.classiccmp.org/dunfield/kyocera/dvi.pdf
  10. Awesome! Good call on the REX. I picked up a REX from ArcadeShopper as well and RAM upgrade. It works great! Plus you don't have to worry about the date being wrong on the screen any longer, but of course it does more than that. Lots more to buy now too since you have the 102. You can get a floppy drive and a DVI, to name a few I recently lucked out and got a NADSbox for my 100 as well. Have fun.
  11. Looks like an 80-column card?
  12. Anything special about these to prefer them over other 80 column cards for the II/II+? I think I have at least a couple different brands of 80 column cards, but not this Viewmax one.
  13. That is next on the list I think, if this one is funded.
  14. Seems pretty cool! I'm thinking of one for my II+ Here is the direct link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/maceffects/injection-molded-clear-case-for-apple-ii-and-ii-plus
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