The Super Jolt is a evolution of the JOLT. Same CPU, 1 MHz clock, same TIM IC, same PIA, more RAM (1K), sockets for PROMS, RAP (Resident Assembler Program) and Tiny Basic (of Tom Pittman Itty Bitty Computers) in ROM.
|Superjolt CP110 User Manual|
|DEMON software manual part 1
DEMON software manual part 2
DEMON software manual part 3
(part 3 has an alternative listing of the TIM 6530-004 monitor)
|2 PROM hardware_manual|
Photos by Ray Holt of Microcomputer Associates.
CPM-65, a CP/M-80 analogue operating system for 6502 based microcomputer Dietrich Lausberg build a Junior long ago an...
This source for an enhancement of the KIM-1 contains Jim Butterfield's Supertape and some other utilities and code. The...
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This is a replica PCB made with KiCAD. This board is not a 100% accurate replica, because the added directly on the P...