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Practical Computing - January 1979

Practical Computing - January 1979, Volume 2, Issue 1

Contents:

Pet in the Panther: A British manufacturer is first in the world to install a microcomputer for car passengers, page 20

Nascom-1 Review: We test the Nascom-1, the £200 British-designed computer, page 27

Typewriters to Terminals: We tell you how to convert an IBM Selectric typewriter into a terminal, page 32

Los Angeles Computer Faire: Richard Hease visits California and see tomorrow's trends in the micro scene, page 38

Win £5,000 Worth of Computers: Your last chance to enter our Christmas competition with three computers as prizes, page 41

Buyers' Guide: Comprehensive guide with prices, configurations and applications of the micros on the British market, page 41

And Much More: Computabits, page 63; Feedback, page 17; Printout, page 23; Education, page 30; Teach yourself typing, page 45; Edinburgh's Aladdin's Cave, page 48; Teach-yourself-programming with Illustrating Basic, page 51; In praise of Pascal, page 57; Aid to the handicapped, page 59; Glossary, page 74



Other Articles Include:

How to convert an IBM Selectric typewriter into a terminal

 

Adverts :

Commodore PET
The Exidy Sorcerer Computer
RAIR Black Box
Research Machine 380Z
Texas Instruments TI Programmer calculator

Publication Date : January 1979



ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2207. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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