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  1. Default Was the Hex Bus Interface vaporware?

    I know ti sold Hex Bus peripherals for the CC-40 & ti-74, but was the Hex Bus Interface for the 99/4a released? I've heard that it was, and that it wasn't. What about the beige Voice Synthesyzer?

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    The Hex-Bus Interface exists (I have a couple of the prototypes from different stages of development), but it was never released. The final prototypes were pretty much feature complete though, so it was pretty close to commercial release at the time TI pulled out of the market. All total there are probably about 30 of them in circulation.

    In the case of the beige Speech Synthesizer, I have a partial case (the top is for the Speech Synthesizer and the bottom is for the Hex-Bus Interface). I have never seen or heard credible rumor of more than that escaping from TI, and I've been a very active TI user/collector since 1980.
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    Prototypes are usually out of range of my budget, so I guess I'll go with the black & silver. (I like it better anyway.) Was there ever a third party hex bus interface? Myarc seems to have done everything else. Where is the best place to get information on ti software? I downloaded an old catalog that mentioned the "Press" word processor. It looks great, but for some reason I think they were biased. Was there ever anything comparable to Geos?

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    There are several active TI groups online, including a number of Facebook groups, Yahoo! Groups (somewhat less active of late, but still a very good resource), AtariAge (has a very active TI subforum), and, of course, here. There are also a number of resource websites, including the WHT FTP site (a lot of data there), and
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