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Discuss Intellivision, Atari, Colecovision, Nintendo, and More! » The Classic Gaming Section » The Classic Gaming Forum » Forgotten fun: Texas Instruments TI-99/4A computer

Forgotten fun: Texas Instruments TI-99/4A computer

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Nice to see some of those old systems running. I have a Ti-99/4A thrift store find stashed in a closet with a bunch of accessories. It's pretty fun to play with from time to time. I wish I had the time to sit down and come up with some basic programs or type some in from a book. BTW, Amazon has lots of Ti-99/4A books available used.

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TI-99 is one of those "that got away" for me. Neutral I saw one in minty box at Salvation Army for $10 about a year ago. I initially thought, "What do I need that thing for?" and went on my way. Next day, I had one of those "What did I just do?" moments. Went back to the thrift and it was gone.

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I hate that feeling. We just moved back from Florida where the thrift stores were teeming with old game consoles. Here in Atlanta they seem far more rare.

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I have always been curious about this computer. I really do not know enough about them. It always looked kinda neat in a fringe sorta way.

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