[Coco] Tandy 102
randall.kindig at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 12:14:52 EST 2011
You can use a null-modem cable to transfer between a PC (with parallel
port) and the Model 100. See
On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 12:00 PM, Rogelio Perea <os9dude at gmail.com> wrote:
> As Diego noted, the regular cassette cable offered since the days of the
> TRS-80 Model I will work, along with a standard cassette recorder and good
> quality tapes.
> For storage alternatives nothing beats the NADSBox (nothing naughty, just
> the acronym for New Age Digital Storage Box); such facility will set you
> back a couple of hundred US dollars though, but IMHO a wise investment for
> the Model 100/102/200 fans.
> Check it out at http://www.club100.org/
> -- RP
> On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 11:46 AM, Diego Barizo wrote:
> Jeremy Michea wrote:
> >> Hello
> >> I was recently given a Tandy 102 and was wondering if a coco cassette
> >> player and cable would work for loading programs? The cassette cable
> >> physically fits the 102’s cassette port but I have no programs to test
> >> with. Anyone else have a 102 and a good modern alternative for loading
> >> programs from a PC to the 102 – something akin to a drivewire solution
> >> perhaps?
> >> The cable and CCR will work.
> > There is a Yahoo group for the 100/102
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/**group/club100list/<
> > Diego
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