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  1. I accept PayPal payments, will ship anywhere in the world at the actual cost of shipping using USPS Priority Mail from area code 60056. Any order over $50 should include the purchase of additional USPS Shipping Insurance... completely up to the buyer.. Check out the pics and PM me if interested in any of the items or you have any questions and please include your zip or postal code so that I can work up the shipping costs.. If you live in my area, we can also work out a meet so as to save on shipping cost. If you have any questions, such as condition of boxes, just ask. I will provide details and time permitting, individual pics. Also, always open for discussion re. pricing or quantity discounts. ADAM Computer Cartridges - $700.00 A collection of 5 incredibly rare ADAM Computer cartridges, 4 of which were obtained years ago from a former Coleco employee and 1 that was supplied on cartridge by Walters Software Co. in 1990. Descriptions of each are provided below as well as multiple pictures. ADAM Diagnostic Cartridge - A diagnostic cartridge used for testing the major components (Memory Console, Digital Data Drive #1, Printer and Keyboard) of the ADAM Computer that was used at Coleco to test systems. It was also supplied to repair centers such as Honeywell and ADAM dealers. In all my years of collecting for the CV & ADAM, I have only seen 2 of these Coleco carts that are original... the computer store/users group that I worked at and this one that I have for sale. There have been reproductions made over the years and they are easily spotted due to an entirely different style of label used. This cartridge probably would have eventually been sold in stores had the ADAM not been discontinued seeing as it is a professionally designed program that uses high-res graphic screens to display all the components of the system while performing the diagnostic tests. The cartridge and original Coleco label are in very good condition. ADAM Final Test - A diagnostic cartridge used for testing the major components (Memory Console, RAM, ROMs, Video, Audio, Digital Data Drive #1 and #2, Hand Controller, Printer and Keyboard) of the ADAM Computer that was used In-House at Coleco and possibly supplied to Honeywell as well. It was acquired in an unlabeled cartridge on an original Coleco socketed cartridge PCB as you can see in the picture. I had a professional looking cartridge label made for it. Most former Coleco employees had this cartridge, but I know of only 2 that still exist aside from a few reproductions that I have seen. ADAM Tape-Disk Verification Rev. 1 - A diagnostic cartridge used to verify the format of Digital Data Packs and Disks that was used In-House at Coleco. It was acquired in an unlabeled cartridge on an original Coleco socketed cartridge PCB as you can see in the picture. I had a professional looking cartridge label made for it. I know of only 2 that still exist. ADAM TaoeUtil Rev. 22 - A utility cartridge used for copying Digital Data Packs and Disks that was used In-House at Coleco. This may have eventually been sold in stores, but Coleco held back such copy utilities. It was acquired in an unlabeled cartridge on an original Coleco socketed cartridge PCB as you can see in the picture. I had a professional looking cartridge label made for it. Most former Coleco employees had this cartridge, but I know of only 2 that still exist aside from a few reproductions that I have seen. Coleco Graphics Processor - Also known as Project Name by Line due to the title screen that is displayed. This is an In-House Coleco graphics design program using SmartKEY displays that is said to have been used to design the graphics for some of the later released ColecoVision games. It is a complete program with saving/loading features and SmartBASIC programs were written to convert the graphic format used to formats that can be used by other ADAM programs such as PowerPaint. The cartridge was made by Walters Software Co. in 1990 and I have seen a handful of originals over the years as well as reproductions made by ADAM's House/eColeco. ColecoVision Cartridges C B M O (C = Cart, B = Box, M = Manual, O = Overlay(s) if originally included x x x 150.00 DragonFire CONTROLLERS, ATTACHMENTS & ACCESSORIES 100.00 Hand Controller (Black Controller) (CIB in Coleco generic shipping box)
  2. I tried searching for this topic, but I couldn’t find it. If it already exists, sorry about that! Please let me know the link, then, as I’ve had trouble finding results that were helpful to me. I’m new to the Adam, and I took a chance on a cheap auction that has no printer. I’ve seen vague references to other options, but I couldn’t find many details. For new folks and non-technical folks, can we have a list of all the known alternatives for power supplies other than the giant printer that wipes tapes when it’s turned on? I’ve heard it’s possible to make one, but how does a newbie go about doing that? Detailed info on any alternatives would be great! I can update this top post with all the different suggestions so it’s easy for new folks to find. Thanks for your help, everyone!
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