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This is some documentation for the PIBOX which was an expansion unit for the NewBrain Computer. It extended to 21 the Newbrain Device Table and could run Eprom, Expansion Ram and devices such as Serial and Centronics interface. If anyone has such a device or additional documentation that would be greatly appriciated.
PIBOX new device drivers 4 Sept 1987.
The Memory Expansion Interface Module for NewBrain.
The Rom Box Expansion Module, not to be confused with the PiBox.
NewBrain EPROM Programmer NB12152 version 1.7. Now updated with Assembly listing using the NB Emulator internal assembler.
Andrew Pepper has transfered his Newbrain Rufal Program to Visual Basic so we can enjoy the game straight on our windows desktop. Have Fun!!!This application require .NET Framework.
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