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« on: March 09, 2009, 07:03:54 PM »

Greetings Programs,

I'm glad to see this area too.  I do have a TI99/4a, one of the cost reduced whiteish style units.  I don't have the expansion case for the drives & modems & such just a couple carts, books and tape recorder.  I really should get it back in service in a spot for it.

My first memory of these is in a eatons or bay store in toronto playing games on the floor model.  One favorite game was tombstone. But I had always wanted one to learn basic on.  Though I never owned one until a couple years ago when I found an unused one still in box (I still have the box) and got it.  Despite going off into other computers that are now retro computers these are still fun machines.
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