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Re: ql, opd, upgraded hardware, chips ++MUCH MORE

Postby QLvsJAGUAR » Mon Feb 03, 2020 6:48 am

Pr0f wrote:
QLvsJAGUAR wrote:Brexit today Friday 31st. Luckily, last weekend, I did my 2015 km trip Home-Calais-Dover-Cambridge-Dover-Calais-Home, met QLbuilder, collected the QL job lot and also met some other QLers at the CCH. More later...


do you have piccies of the job lot??

I'm currently busy and challanged like hell in life and work, little time for QLing (beside the trip made back then). Here's a first picture of the job lot which I collected (excluding the two CRTs).
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Re: ql, opd, upgraded hardware, chips ++MUCH MORE

Postby Pr0f » Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:37 am

Thankyou - that's one heck of a haul and very interesting looking beasts in amongst it.

I spot at least 3 OPD motherboards, and are those Sandy PC cases at the back, or early THOR's ? No idea what that machine is with the ZIF stuck to the front...

I look forward to more news when life allows...


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Re: ql, opd, upgraded hardware, chips ++MUCH MORE

Postby Ruptor » Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:59 am

Pr0f wrote:No idea what that machine is with the ZIF stuck to the front...
The original post said
qlbuilder wrote:I wished to have a computer which was more industrial in both build and expansion. I took the ql design and re engineered and upgraded it into a more industrial format with 3.5" disc drives, larger memory, extra rom, i/o cards, eprom programmer, decent keyboard, internal psu and expansion slots.
so perhaps the ZIF is the EPROM programmer.



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