|CPU :||65c02 (8 Bit)|
|Operating System :||Atari OS|
|RAM :||48 Kbytes|
|Storage :||1 5.25" 1050 Floppy Drive|
2 5.25" XF551 Floppy Drives
1 5.25" RANA 1000 Floppy Drive
1 410 Cassette Recorder
|Display :||HiTech Color Composite Monitor|
|Misc Peripherals :||MPP 300 Baud Modem|
Atari Light Pen
850 Interface (4 rs-232 serial / 1 parallel)
Atari Trak Ball
|History :||06/82 : Acquired new with Cassette Recorder for $600.00|
06/83 : Swapped 6502B cpu for 65C02 cpu.
10/17/96 : Acquired a second 800 for $25.00
04/15/97 : Added an SIO2PC/APE cable for $20.00
08/15/98 : Acquired Atari Logo, Atari Football, K-razy Antiks and
River Rescue carts for $4.00.
11/02/98 : Calaxian cart for $1.99.
11/21/98 : Atari SX212 Modem for $2.92.
12/05/98 : Ms. Pacman, Pac-man carts for $1.99.
02/28/00 : Added 2 Atari 800s, 2 810 drives, Monitor,
printer and misc software for cost of shipping.
02/00 : Received 2 800s, 2 810 disk drives, 850 interface,
Epson MX-80IIIF/T printer, Zenith ZVM-131 color monitor, cables,
power supplies, joystikes and piles of
software and docs and books to numerous to list all for the cost
08/05/01 : Was given Star Raiders, Missile Command, Pole Position and Frogger carts.
|This was my second computer. For a while in
1982 and 1983 I wrote and sold games for it through a company called
Fanfair. Made a few bucks but I'm sure nobody has seen any of them
(might be a good thing too). I currently have two 800s in my collection,
one has a flaky keyboard though, and 2 850 interfaces. I have an
interesting problem with my RANA 1000 drive, I can use it as a non-boot
drive but if I try to boot from it I get "Boot Error"
messages. One of my XF551 drives has a similar problem, it too works as
a non-boot drive just fine, but if I try to use it to boot the system
doesn't even recognize it at all, it boots into the memo pad mode. If
you know where I can get these fixed or what may be the problem please
let me know. Be sure and check out
my Atari Library.|
I need a PSU for the SX212 modem and doc for it as well. Let me know if you
can help out.