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MASTER to B Replay Conversion Kit

REPLAY for the BBC Model B Microcomputer was originally released in August of 1985, and consisted of a hardware/software device which enabled the user to transfer programs from tape to disc. It was the first device of its kind for the BBC Computer range.

Master REPLAY provides the same features for the BBC Master system.

Date : 1987

Manufacturer : Vine Micros

Physical Description : Cardboard box User Guide x9 A4 sheets (Kit Instructions, Installation Instructions, REPLAY Screen Data Sheet, Improvement Data Sheet) OverlaY ROM board REPLAY board

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32462. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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