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I recently ran across the TI VPU 200... a portable (if you're He-Man) computer with 5 1/4" drive. The Processor is the TMS9900JDL. Is there a way to incorporate any of these main boards into the 99/4a? Perchance utilize any of the IC's ? anyway of being useful?

 

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35 minutes ago, Mehridian Sanders said:

I recently ran across the TI VPU 200... a portable (if you're He-Man) computer with 5 1/4" drive. The Processor is the TMS9900JDL. Is there a way to incorporate any of these main boards into the 99/4a? Perchance utilize any of the IC's ? anyway of being useful?

 

Thanks in advance.

Don't know but here a manual I found for it.

 

560-8102-3.pdf

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hmm well I may be taking on too many projects at the moment but will see what comes of it. If I cannot do anything with the boards. would you be interested?

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22 hours ago, Mehridian Sanders said:

hmm well I may be taking on too many projects at the moment but will see what comes of it. If I cannot do anything with the boards. would you be interested?

I’m interested in all things 9900 for historical preservation. I’d try to get it working, but with no floppy disk for the OS that might be a non starter. 

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Unfortunately I lost the bid. Due to a dispute with a brother In law. I apologize here for counting my chickens before they were hatched.

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