Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 1 / FALL 1979 / PAGE 82

Review New-CURSOR
Box 264
Woodbridge, VA 22194

Cursor, not to be confused with the cassette magazine of that name, is a reset button to clear a program or stop a crashed program without turning off the PET's power. This little $4.95 device consists of a pushbutton switch mounted with sticky tape and two jumpers with alligator clips—one grounded to a board mounting screw, the other going to a certain resistor on the board itself.

Installing cursor takes just a jiffy and it works exactly as advertised. One push of the button and you are back to the ‘bytes free’ message on the PET screen. Cursor is a worthwhile convenience and well-worth the price

John Hirsch