Peripheral Vision impacts your computer!
with a full-size, low-cost impact printer.
Until now, the hobbyist and small businessman have had one major problem in assembling a reasonably priced microprocessor system with the capabilities found in the more costly computers. It was impossible to find a high-quality, high-output printer for hard copy needs at an affordable price.
You’re on the road.
Fifty-five miles an hour and you’re still three hours from Atlanta. On the seat next to you is the little miracle that will make the trip worthwhile. It’s an Epson Geneva.’ A full-blown personal computer that runs on batteries and fits in a briefcase. You can’t live without it.
The Dumb Terminal lets you put it all together.
With the new, lower-priced Dumb Terminal™ Kit, that is. Pick one up and escape, once and for all, the headaches of scavenged teletypes and jury-rigged TV sets. With just a little time and aptitude, you can have a live and working Dumb Terminal right in your own home, garage, or business One that lets you get it all out of your system — or into it.
I am so confused by this ad.
ARTEC CRAFTSMANSHIP HAS CREATED The First Truly Silent Motherboard
Noise in your bus lines means errors in your programs. The Artec shielded Motherboard totally eliminates noise.
At 4MHz, the Artec shielded Motherboard is free from spurious noise. No ringing in your bus lines. No errors in your programs.
This Motherboard offers you engineering and craftsmanship never before available in the small computer field. Outstanding as either a replacement for your present Motherboard or as the heart of a new system. Consider these features:
a computer can get awfully bored when it can’t communicate!
So unless you’d prefer to have your computer sitting around cooling its chips, we’d strongly suggest you buy a couple of peripherals from Heath.
Why us? Because we make peripheral kits. In fact, they’re some of the best around. Our H9 is an excellent example. Its a complete ASCII keyboard/12″ CRT terminal that was designed for hobbyists just like you. It has a lot of really great features and resolution that’s just beautiful. Right on out to 80 characters per line.
Not quite the same thing, but you can certainly see the seeds of modern blogging: news, politics, political organizing, gossip, and online hookups.
Here Come the Networkers
A new communications medium gives birth to its own stars ike Greenly had been trying for weeks to interview Ed Koch about New York City’s handling of the AIDS epidemic when he finally buttonholed the mayor on the steps of city hall. “There I was,” Greenly typed into his portable computer soon afterward, “cheek to jowl with His Honor.” Two hours later he had plugged his Tandy Model 100 into a telephone line and dispatched the first installment of his exclusive interview.
The Computer for the Professional
The 8813 was built with you, the professional, in mind. It quickly and easily processes cost estimates, payrolls, accounts, inventory, patient/client records and much more. You can write reports, briefs, and proposals on the 8813′s typewriter keyboard, see them on the video screen, and instantly correct, revise, or print them.
I’m not too sure Adam Osborne was the best person to get business advice from…
…FROM THE FOUNTAINHEAD
By Adam Osborne
The responses I have received following my warnings against paying for goods in advance lead me to believe that a very serious problem exists within the microcomputer industry.
It seems to be the rule rather than the exception that companies big or small will hold your money for months at a time, and in a few cases they may never deliver anything. Moreover, a number of microcomputer hardware manufacturers, including some of the largest, are staying out of bankruptcy only by exercising day-to-day financial agility.