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I hope you enjoy your visit to my site. I have used a TI-99/4A since 1981, and it is really a great computer. It still has a substantial following, and I still use mine to this day. I hope you find something useful and interesting on these pages.

Feel free to sign or just visit the guest book. You may just recognize some names from the past!

Please contact me below for any comments or suggestions.

Thank you,

Ron Reuter

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On Friday October 28, 1983 at Dallas Texas, 3:00 Central time the 99/4A home computer died, brother of the late 99/2 and 99/4, age 3 years old, cause of death mis-management; survived by 1 million grandchildren and 100 thousand great-grandchildren.

--- Pittsburg Users Group Peripheral, Nov 1983 issue


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