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Titolo: World's Most Inexpensive BASIC System

Dimensione file: 2,3 MB (2374x3195 pixel)

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Fonte pubblicazione: Byte

Data della fonte: 1975-09

Linguaggio: en (English)

Marca del contenuto: Mits logo Array 

Caricato da: Maverich il 23-05-2020
Testo originale: World's Most Inexpensive BASIC Language System $995
Limit: one per customer. OFFER expires September 15, 1975.
Two 4,096 word Memory Boards (kit)
Altair 8800 Computer Kit
Your choice of Interface Boards (kit)
Altair 8K BASIC Language.
Altair 8K BASIC Language. This language was chosen for the Altair Computer because of its versatility and power and because it is easy to use (comes with complete documentation). Altair 8K BASIC has many features not normally found in BASIC language including an OUT statement and corresponding INPut function that allows the user to control low speed devices (machine control without assembly language). Leaves 1750 words in 8K machine for programming and storage.
NOTE: Altair BASIC comes in
either paper tape or cassette
tape. Specify when ordering.
Interface Board Options. The Parallel Interface Board is used to connect the Altair 8800 to external devices that send and receive parallel signals. Many line printers require a Parallel Interface Board. The RS232 Serial Board is used to connect the Altair 8800 to external devices that send and receive RS232 serial signals. Most computer terminals require an RS232 Serial Interface Board. The TTY Serial Interface Board is used to connect the Altair 8800 to an ASR-33 or KSR-33 teletype (20 milliamp current loop). The TTL Serial Interface Board is for custom interfacing. The Audio Cassette Interface Board is used to connect the Altair 8800 to any cassette tape recorder. It works by changing the electrical signals from the computer to audio tones. It can be used to store unlimited amounts of information coming out of the computer and it can be used to put information back into the computer.
PRICES:
Altair Computer kit with complete assembly instructions $439
Assembled and tested Altair Computer $621
1,024 Word Memory Board $97 kit and $139 assembled
4,096 Word Memory Board $264 kit and $338 assembled
Full Parallel Interface Board $92 kit and $114 assembled
Serial Interface Board (RS232) $119 kit and $138 assembled
Serial Interface Board (TTL or TTY—teletype) $124 kit and $146 assembled
Audio Cassette Interface Board $128 kit and $174 assembled
4K BASIC language (when purchased with Altair, 4,096 words of memory and Interface Board) $60
8K BASIC language (when purchased with Altair, two 4,096 word memory boards and Interface Board) $75
COMTER II $780 kit
Teletype ASR-33 $1500 (assembled only)
Input Output Devices. The Comter II Computer Terminal has a full alpha-numeric keyboard and a highly-readable 32-character display. It has its own internal memory of 256 characters and complete cursor control. Also has its own built-in audio cassette interface that allows you to connect the COMTER II to any tape recorder for both storing data from the computer and feeding it into the computer. Requires an RS232 Interface board.
The Standard ASR-33 Teletype prints 10 characters per second. It has a built-in paper tape reader and punch. Has standard 120 day Teletype warranty. Requires a Serial TTY Interface board.
NOTE: The Altair 8800 can be connected to any number of input/output devices other than the ones listed above.

MITS
“Creative Electronics”
6328 Linn, N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87108 505/265-7553
Warranty: 90 days on parts for kits and 90 days on parts and labor for assembled units. Prices, specifications and delivery subject to change.

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