> > I picked up a Rockwell Aim65 today for zero
cost and seems to be in great
> > shape. It looks like a large calculator and the housing is in very good
> > condition.
> Think of it as a supered KIM - a realy neat
machine (BTW: I'm
> still looking for one for a friend of mine, who needs one as
> a controller for his central heating system).
Although not as popular or valued as much as the
Synertec made an evaluation board called the SYM-1 and
SYM-2. Both of these boards could run KIM code with a
little modification of vectors. There was an issue with
the way the keyboard was scanned but a little coding would
get around that. Watch for these boards, they should be
much cheaper than the more famous KIM or Aim65's.
The SYM is a real neat board, also a supered KIM with _huge_
memory (4K!) a _big_ keyboard, a huge OS and even on board
And for the SYM-2 thing - I have only seen once in my life:
in a shop around 1979, offered at mucho Marko :(
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