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ATPL Break-Lock

Fix ATPL BreakLock to your BBC Micro and avoid disaster where inadvertant use of 'break' will cause loss of data and/or programmes.

  • Prevents accidental or unauthorised use of the 'break' key.
  • Acts as a security device to prevent unauthorised use of your system mor eeffectively and cheaper than security ROMs.
  • Fits easily and neatly in the 'ash-tray'.
  • Renders demonstration machines tamper-proof.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : ATPL

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH37840. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: ATPL Break-Lock

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