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cudasales
January 10th, 2009, 10:38 AM
TI-99/4A Software & Hardware (Sale or Trade) for Apple IIe Stuff!!!!!!!
I have a bunch of Texas Instruments TI-99/4 & TI-99/4A software and hardware.
It is all for sale or trade for Apple IIe stuff or Myarc/CorComp TI Cards

***Packages***
Editor Assembler Software with Large Manual/Binder
Microsoft Multiplan Software with Large Manual/Binder
TI Logo II Software with Large Manual/Binder
TI Writer Word Processor with Large Manual/Binder
(These are all Original)

***Cassette***
Numerous Cassette Software including Games, Educational, Finance and more (no manuals and these are not originals but have been tested and work fine)

***Cartridges***
Personal Record Keeping (With Manual)
Statistics (With Manual)
Multiplication 1
Personal Report Generator (With Manual)
Munch Man
Car Wars (With Manual)
Adventure
Disk Manager 2
TI Invaders (With Manual)
Extended Basic (With 100+ Page Book)
Terminal Emulator II (With Manual)
(Cartridges are all Original TI)

***Hardware***
Floppy Disk Drive (Model PHP 1250)
(This is an Original TI Floppy Drive for the Expansion Box)

***Books***
Beginners Basic
Numerous Hardware Manuals

Ksarul
January 10th, 2009, 11:57 AM
Third-Party TI parts manufacturers in the US:

Foundation Computing: made a 128K Memory Card, a CP/M Card, and an 80-Column Card.

Morning Star: made a CP/M Card and a 128K Memory Card.

CorComp: made a 32K Memory Card, a 256K/512K Memory Card, an RS232 Card, A Triple-Tech Card (Print Buffer, Memory, and Speech dock), and a DSDD Floppy Controller Card. They had a line of external peripherals as well: the 9900 peripherals, which included 32K Memory, RS232, and DSDD Controllers in a mix-and-match case, along with an external version of the 256K/512K Memory Card. They also made several very rare cartridges: TI/IBM Connection, Peripheral Diagnostic Module, and the X-10 Home Sentry Module.

Myarc: made the Personality Card (SASI HD Controller), a 32K/128K/256K/512K Memory Card, an RS232 Card, a DSDD Floppy Controller, the Hard and Floppy Disk Controller (HFDC), and the Geneve 9640. They also made a Myarc Extended BASIC II Cartridge.

Captain's Wheel: Made a 32K Memory Card for the expansion box and as an external peripheral, as well as an RS232 external peripheral.

Percom Data: made an external disk drive with integrated controller (DSSD).

Cecure Electronics: MBP II Card (analog controller card)

Bud Mills (Horizon): Several different sizes of RAM Disk cards, the P-GRAM card, and a 2MB memory card for the Geneve 9640 called the MEMEX Card.

RAVE99: Made a 2MB RAM Disk and a Speech Synthesizer adapter board for the Expansion Box. They also made a RAVE Expansion box in a PC Case and a board to adapt a PC Keyboard to a TI.

DataBioTics: a 2MB RAM Disk called the Grand RAM and lots of cartridges.

Southwest 99ers: 512K and 1MB AEMS Memory Boards.

Asgard: 128K AMS Memory Boards (later extended to AEMS by SW99ers), several cartridges, and a lot of disk software.

Miller's Graphics: GRAM Kracker.

That is most of the stuff produced in the US--it doesn't include Australia, Germany, Great Britain, Canada, Holland, Austria, or France, which also made interesting hardware items that I have either seen or own. It also doesn't include most of the cartridge manufacturers.