Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 21 / FEBRUARY 1982 / PAGE 12

"I enjoyed the article by William Taylor in COMPUTE! #17. Apparently, the Stringy Floppy was interfaced using the regular cassette SAVE and LOAD routines. Your readers might be interested to know that a full ROM-based operating system and plug-in hardware board exist for mating the Stringy Floppy with the OSI C1P. It operates at 7200 BAUD, is available at power-up, and resides in the otherwise-unused memory locations from $E800-$EFFF. Information on the availability of this device may be obtained by writing: MSB Electronics, Barre-Montpelier Road, Barre, Vermont 05641."

Philip K. Hooper