Practical Computing - April 1979

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Practical Computing - April 1979, Volume 2, Issue 4

Contents:

Visual Display Terminals Under £1,000: Save money by using our guide to terminals which compares for price and capabilities, page 45

Ready-Made Accounting Systems: How to computerise your business accounts. We look at what you can expect and what various systems offer, page 57

North Star Horizon Review: Before you buy a computer, our reviewer tells you what to look for, page 35

Star Trek - Complete Programs: Put this famous game on your computer. We list complete programs in Basic and show you how to put it on your own system, page 63

Apple II Design Story: Practical Computing goes to California to interview Steve Wozniak, the man who invented and built the Apple II Computer, page 38

Project - Build A Frequency Meter: In Computabits we show you how to build your own frequency meter. This article was held over from last month due to production problems - our apologies, page 85

Project II - Motor Control: Also in Computabits: Build your own motor control unit using a Kim, page 90

Education - How To Get Money: We interview ILEA chief Derek Estersen to see what money is available for school computing, page 76

Chips With Everything: Computerising school meals and checking what goes in them is one way of using a Pet, page 81

Top Software Reviews: We begin a new regular page reviewing what computer software is available on cassette for all kinds of applications, page 53

All This And More:

Printout: All the news and the views, page 31
Pet Page: Tips and ideas for the Pet, page 40
Tandy Page: What you can do with Tandy, page 43
Illustrating Basic:Teach yourself programming, page 69
Computer Arts: A novel way of using a computer, page 79
Diary: All the latest events, plus a list of user groups, page 83
Buyers Guide: We list and compare what computers are on the market, page 98
Glossary: What the words mean, page 104
Advertisement Index, page 104
 
Adverts :
Scicon Micro Systems
Rair Black Box
Comart Cromemco
Research Machine 380Z
ELF II
Transam Triton
Texas Instruments TI Programmer
Ohio Scientific C2-4P
Science of Cambridge MK 14
The Horizon Computer
Alphameric 'Great British Keyboard'
Compucorp 610
Sorcerer Computer

Publication Date : April 1979

Publication Contents :

Page Item
45 Visual Display Terminals Under 1,000 [Article]
Save money by using our guide to terminals which compares for price and capabilities


ISSN Number : 0141-5433

Creator : ECC

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2210. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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