Mystery 1970 core board
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 4 14:40:29 CST 2020
It is interesting, the way the edge connector is curved. I wish I'd seen this done on more boards. Sometimes I want to use a hammer to assist in inserting cards. My Nicolet has two and sometimes three 80 pin connectors.
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Subject: RE: Mystery 1970 core board
Al Kossow wrote Re: Mystery 1970 core board:
>found it in this MAC-16 ad
The MAC-16 in this ad looks odd. The front panel has nothing behind
it...or at least, very little. I'm not familiar with the MAC-16, but
either the ad has a mock-up of the machine(seems plausible given the
tendencies of marketing), or the front panel is a real waste of rack
space. The electronics appear to be in a box below the front panel,
with only a small area of overlap between the electronics chassis and
the front panel, and nothing but air behind it.
Is this the way the system was really put together?
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