Some bits and bobs regarding the Tiger Learning Computer, sort of an Apple IIe packaged by Tiger Electronics in 1996
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Some bits and bobs regarding the Tiger Learning Computer. The TLC was a "toy" computer that had an Apple IIe at its core. There was a UI that would come up by default that was an early, proprietary windowing system that was little more than a program launcher.

The TLC can be booted and you can get into Applesoft BASIC without any problem. The problem is that I/O is pretty difficult. No one with one of these machines has come forward with the ability to get anything into or out of the existing serial port.

The goal: get data into and out of the TLC machine. Hard to do without functional I/O. Well, now - we have functional I/O.

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