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Dragon User - August 1988

Alterations to the DOSs...excellent service from Dragon suppliers...Basic09 tweak...RAE offered...devious disc drives
New software from Dragonfire, Pulser, Orange...H.C. Andersen price reductions...advice for reviewers
Mandragore from Kouga, Destiny trio from Pulser, Utopia from Pulser, Music Maker from john Penn
Paging Sam
P D Smith consults Motorola and comes up with more stories of the sam chip
Hard discs
Roger Merrick relates his experience of drivinga hard disc and OS-9 on his Dragon
Craig Anderson, like a true Dragon, knows the value of every item in his hoard
Cartesian graphs
Faster mathematical drawing by R L Moss and his Dragon
Adventure trail
Professor Deadrock, the japanese adventurer, sets out on another solution

Publication Date : 1988

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4170. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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