RE: TI-H: HPs
RE: TI-H: HPs
If you can write for the 64-bit Saturn CPU, yes.
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From: ryan pogge[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 16, 1998 7:35 PM
Subject: RE: TI-H: HPs
which iws why we should all get HP's :)
do they have assembly support?
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>That's the problem. that means $48 for a 1MB setup. I was comparing
>Of course the real advantage to the 48GX in terms of memory expansion
>that it works the way that we want it to. It merges into main memory,
>much like popping a SIMM into a PC.
>Until we decide to hack the ROM (or piggyback a secondary ROM), we're =
>stuck at whatever TI supplied the calcs with.
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>Each standard card has 128K, but they have a built in battary so
>them doesn't wipe em. You can create... larger variations however. I
>saw the chip they use for about $6
>Disclaimer: My mind is so fragmented by random excursions into a
>wilderness of abstractions and incipient ideas that the
>practical purposes of the moment are often submerged in my
>and I don't know what I'm doing.
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