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updated 5 July
SuperKit:502,540B,542B,CEGMON, 8" and 5" FDDs
Cards:PE IO,6522 D-A-D, AY3-8910,ProgramGraphics,Color,UK101
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Hey Mike, do you have more of an explanation of what we are seeing here?
Box stock Superboard II Rev. B
KLyball replica 600D, replica 610 & KLyball Data Separator
OMS SBME and SBME+ memory cards
KLyball memory card
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Due to there being no official information on BASIC6 (adverts, manual, etc.), I really suspect this is an early BASIC X.
MAME developer, mainly 70's/80's 6502 8-bit machines
Hardware: BBC Micro
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I think Basic 6 came out long after BASIC X, BASIC 6 had visual BASIC commands and BASIC X had Sound and Printer commands.
Somewhere I have an advert for BASIC 6 by Mutek.