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Fujitsu FM-7 family computers including the FM-8, FM-7, FM-NEW7 and FM77 series
for questions relating to the COMX-35, machine based on the RCA 1802 CPU.
Questions related to early uses of retro-computers in computer-automated design and/or manufacturing (CAD/CAM).
Questions relating to Elliot Brothers (London), an early British computer company.
For questions about the second generation 48K Sinclair ZX Spectrum with the new case design and hard plastic keys replacing the first generation's grey rubber keys.
Energy consumption of retro devices and software: estimating, measuring, and improving.
For questions concerning the X10 version of the X Window System, the predecessor of X11, and which was originally developed at MIT.
For questions regarding the XL 8-bit microcomputers from Atari.
Regarding the products of Apricot Computers. A British manufacturer from 1983 to 1999.
for questions on the line of personal digital assistants manufactured by NEC
For questions regarding shielding incorporated within retrocomputers
For questions related to the SASI interface.
for questions about the Sound Blaster AWE32 sound card
Licenced clone of the Apple ][ sold in Europe.
for questions about Texas Instruments' BASIC-like language
for questions about the Nintendo 64 Disk Drive, a magnetic disk drive peripheral for the Nintendo 64
For questions regarding the LaserVision Read Only Memory format of video disks, originally produced by Philips.
For questions regarding the debugging of software on or for retrocomputers.
for questions on Program Pak and Multi Pak hardware for the TRS-80
for questions about replacing rubber drive belts on cassette and other retrocomputing hardware.
Discussion of the XBAND Video Game Modem and Network.
For questions related to the Atari TOS operating system which was used on the ST line of computers.
For questions about the Oric Atmos. A computer produced by Oric Products International Ltd. in 1982