Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 43 / DECEMBER 1983 / PAGE 353

VIC Expansion

PC Specialties has released a six-slot expander board and a memory expansion board for the VIC-20.

The VM101 expander board includes a rotary switch that can shut off the eight data lines from three of the slots, leaving auto-start game cartridges plugged in.

The board's other three slots feature an octal bus transceiver that buffers all data lines into and out of memory expansion or I/O interfaces. It also includes a reset switch to regain keyboard control when RUN/STOP-RESTORE won't.

The cost of the board is $87.

The VM201 memory expander is available in 8K, 16K, or 24K configurations. The 8K board sells for $59, and additional memory can be added for $28 per 8K block.

PC Specialties
P.O. Box 23
Fleming, PA 16835