Difference between revisions of "TI-99/4A"

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* a ''console'' containing the main processing components, a keyboard, video socket, joystick and cassette interface, and a cartridge slot
* a ''console'' containing the main processing components, a keyboard, video socket, joystick and cassette interface, and a cartridge slot
* peripheral devices attached to the console, either as fully cased devices, or as expansion cards which must be inserted into the Peripheral Expansion Box (P-Box)
* peripheral devices attached to the console, either as fully cased devices, or as expansion cards which must be inserted into the Peripheral Expansion Box (P-Box)
* software on cassettes, diskettes, and cartridges
* software on [[cassette]]s, diskettes, and cartridges
* various human-interface devices (joystick, later also mouse)
* various human-interface devices (joystick, later also mouse)



Revision as of 12:45, 7 September 2014

Ti994a console.jpg

The TI-99/4A is a home computer from Texas Instruments, successor to the TI-99/4. The TI-99 computer system consists of

  • a console containing the main processing components, a keyboard, video socket, joystick and cassette interface, and a cartridge slot
  • peripheral devices attached to the console, either as fully cased devices, or as expansion cards which must be inserted into the Peripheral Expansion Box (P-Box)
  • software on cassettes, diskettes, and cartridges
  • various human-interface devices (joystick, later also mouse)

This is the mainboard of the TI-99/4A:

Mainboard994a.jpg