Another old thing I've been interested in selling, is my SEIKO
RC-1000 Wrist Terminal.
This watch has a two line 12 character display, where you could also
load text and alarm/reminder data.
I used it for phone lists and meeting reminders. It comes with a
DB25 cable that connects to the watch to download data.
Example on eBay:
I'd been trying to figure out where I misplaced the 5.25" floppy with
the software, until this last weekend, I found it in a stack of old
Infocom game floppies.
Unfortunately, when I stick it in my one remaining working 5.25"
floppy drive, it made a little noise and decided it couldn't detect
formatting. Looking at the diskette, there seems to be some marks on
the oxide. Possibly a head load problem.
It's also possible that it's just an old format this system doesn't
Anyone in the area (north of Boston) have a working old PC?
This is labeled as an IBM/MS-DOS version. I used it once many years ago.
Does anyone have this software archived or available?
SEIKO PCDatagraph Data Manager circa 1984
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