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Poseidon - Videotex System

A videotex System for the BBC Microcomputer
 
Poseidon turns a BBC Micro into a very versatile videotex host computer. This host computer can be accessed by any videotex terminal, including all microcomputers with a videotex terminal program such as BEEBTEL.
 
Package includes the BEEBTEL Terminal ROM & 3 x 5.25" Disks


Platform : BBC Micro
Format : Acorn ECD
Publisher : Acorn ECD
Authors :
Date : 1985

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Other Software by Acorn ECD:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Poseidon - Videotex System Acorn ECD BBC Micro 5.25 1985

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3536. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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