Edward Dell, Peterborough NH, 1985, 1986; 8 issues, var. pagination, triple column text, photographs, illustrations, advertisements etc.
Condition: Very Good or a bit better overall, one issue with minor corner and edgetears at lower right front cover and first page. Stapled bindings are all secure, pages clean, unmarked.
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Computer Science, Ephemera, Odd Stuff and Miscellaneous, Hardware, Home Computers, Personal Computers, Human-Computer Interaction, Magazines, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, Word Processing, Data Processing
Item DescriptionComputer Smyth is published four times per year in the interest of handcrafted microcomputer hardware construction and enhancement... Features and artiles include -- The SC84 Microcomputer<.B> (J H Adams); Easy Color Conversion, convert RGB output to composite signals (Thomas L Clarke); 68000 Microprocessor Design (Ed Scott); Add Audio to Atari's XL Series (Benjamin Poehland); Keyboards; Serial Printer primer and problems; Build AMPRO's little board plus; Add 2 Meg to your Mac; Packet Radio, computers and amateur radio (David McLanahan and Dorothy Rosa); PLUS circuit diagrams and, board layouts, reviews and photographs of new products (circa mid-1980's) and classified, Smyth Bits, opinion, Smythnet, New Wares and more in each issue
Volume 1, number 1, May, 1985, Premier Issue; vol. 1, number 2, June, 1985 -- 68000; vol. 1, number 3, September, 1985, 68000 CPU; vol. 1, number 4, November, 1985 -- Build A Home for your Micro
Volume 2, number 1, Keyboards A-Z; vol. 1, number 2, July, 1986 -- Build Ampro's Little Board Plus; vol. 2, number 3, September, 1986 -- Add 2 Meg to your Mac; vol. 2, number 4, November, 1986 -- HD64180.