Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 55 / DECEMBER 1984 / PAGE 201

Atari to CP/M Computer Interface

USS Enterprises has introduced an Atari XL version of its Critical Connection, an Atari to CP/M computer interface which allows an Atari owner to use the disk drives, printer, and keyboard of any computer system running CP/M, as long as the system has a serial port at 19,200 baud.

The original version works with Atari 400 and 800 computers. The new version, Critical Connection XL, interfaces Atari XL computers with CP/M units.

Features include automatic install for many systems, including Kaypro, Heath-Zenith, and NorthStar; hardware that connects the CP/M serial port to the Atari disk/printer port; and software.

Both versions of Critical Connection have a suggested retail price of $175. The company requests that the names of both the Atari and CP/M system be provided when ordering.

USS Enterprises
6708 Landerwood Lane
San Jose, CA 95120

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