Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 23 / APRIL 1982 / PAGE 183

Symtec Light Pen For The Atari And VIC Home Computer

Symtec announces a light pen for the Atari 400/800 and the VIC-20 home computers. This model is identical to the Symtec pens used by the American Heart Assoc, the Army, Bell and display systems. The pen is easily programmable and can activate any software command the Atari or VIC can handle. Programming instructions are included for the technical owners and user programs will be announced. The barrel is stainless steel and has a touch-ring that sends a signal to the computer with the touch of a user's finger or by tapping a metal clip. The pen sees where it is being pointed at with an accuracy of + or - 1 pixel. The pen sells for $150.00. For more information contact:

Software Etc.
20828 Vermander
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
or on the Source at TCX060