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RetroClinic DualOS Upgrade Kit

The DualOS board is effectively a replacement ROM, that allows one of 2 banks to be selected by the flick of a switch. It can be configured for use in many different applications, such as selecting different Operating Systems, different ROMs depending on machine usage, or different graphics and programs for Arcade systems that use Mask or JEDEC format 28 pin devices.

Date : 2009

Manufacturer : RetroClinic

Physical Description : ROM board Switch User Instructions Cardboard box

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH34808. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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