Microbee-MSPP Photo Gallery

Photos of Microbee and other vintage Australian microcomputers

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M/B close up with Hard Drive moved out of the way204 views
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BeeBoard I507 viewsBeeBoards featured a floppy disk controller, 2x additional 64KB banks of memory and 2 extra parallel & serial ports
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Super-80 with 4164 rams212 views
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Floppyio fitted to standard Microbee floppy case. Case upside down.328 viewsOriginal power supply to left. A: is 5.25" 40tr drive, B: is 3.5" is 80tr 1.44mb floppy.
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Lores Graphics90 views
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PCG Graphics87 views
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B-ETI Coreboard close up - top54 viewsBoot ROM was un-marked. 2k static ram in place of the EDASM rom. Couple of cut tracks.
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2013 Refurb - Completed and assembled (bottom view)238 viewsAll done, ready for the case again

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1632_revD_bottom0 views1632 Revision D Core board with 16Kb ram fitted.
From an early "MicroBee 16".
Jul 01, 2015
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1632_revD_top1 views1632 Revision D Core board with 16Kb ram fitted.
From an early "MicroBee 16"
Jul 01, 2015
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256TC backup program.18 views256TC backup program running, 98% complete. Both new drives are functioning.Apr 30, 2015
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256TC - 2 disk drives27 views2 drives installed in a 256TC, It's a bit squeezy!Apr 30, 2015
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Floppy drive cable for 256TC11 viewsFloppy drive cable for 256TC - Wires 10,11,12 are swapped over for the Drive#A (0) connector.Apr 30, 2015
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256TC PAL Silver28 views256TC PAL "silver" 14L8 being read as a "16KB ROM"Jan 29, 2015
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Closeup of monochrome CGA mod29 viewsAn extra IC is installed to provide the CGA output. This is a 74LS08 quad 2 input AND gate, configured to buffer 5 video signals (R,G,B, Vsync, Hsync). These signals are wired to a 9 pin D connector with pinouts as per the Premium CGA connectorJan 26, 2015
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Motherboard view38 viewsA standard motherboard with a custom mod added by the previous owner to provide a monochrome CGA output. You can just see the 9 pin CGA connector emerging from a spare case hole at the top rightJan 26, 2015