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  1. #11

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    Nice stack!

  2. #12
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    Here's a couple you don't see every day from the Videotex line...

    AgvisionVSVideotex.jpg

  3. #13

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    Don't get time to play on it


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    Quote Originally Posted by bjt View Post
    Don't get time to play on it

    Nice TL/2.

    Quote Originally Posted by snuci View Post
    Here's a couple you don't see every day from the Videotex line...

    AgvisionVSVideotex.jpg
    Was Videotex a brand outside of the US?
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Apple's: IIc, Mac SE, LCII, LC630 & Power Mac G3/233 Desktop
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    Visit my Tindie store for Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by dJOS View Post
    Was Videotex a brand outside of the US?
    Videotex was a protocol widely used around the world. Tandy worked with Motorola to provide clients for their Videotex service. You can read more on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Videotex

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuci View Post
    Videotex was a protocol widely used around the world. Tandy worked with Motorola to provide clients for their Videotex service. You can read more on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Videotex
    And Tandy marketed their own Videotex server software running under Xenix on the 6000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuci View Post
    Videotex was a protocol widely used around the world. Tandy worked with Motorola to provide clients for their Videotex service. You can read more on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Videotex
    Very cool, thanks.
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Apple's: IIc, Mac SE, LCII, LC630 & Power Mac G3/233 Desktop
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    Visit my Tindie store for Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by keenerb View Post
    Here are my two daily drivers:

    Attachment 44949

    I have a full shelf of tandys in my basement, I'll get photos of them later but they're just stacked up.
    Extra points with me for the Ultima screenshots.

    Why so many Tandy's? Worried they might break and you'll need a lifetime of spares?

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    Here's a Tandy you don't see everyday


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    I've never seen a Tandy 3 @pski. What is its story?

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