The Epson QX-10
MARCH has an Epson QX-10 with many accessories
thanks to the Thomas Kirk estate.
Here's a recent posting with links to more info:
From: "Mr Emmanuel Roche, France"
Subject: Re: Don Maslin archive
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 11:49:15 -0700 (PDT)
> Reminds me, I have some Epson QX-10 documentation and software.
> I am working on scanning the documents to send to bitsavers.
> I am not so sure about the software, but I could figure out
> how to send copies to CHM.
> I haven't heard much here about the QX-10, though.
Ok. As the owner of 6 Epson QX-10s (including a color screen one), in
my humble opinion, the best Web site hosting Epson QX-10 stuff is:
Fred Jan spent a lot of time scanning what was available in Europe.
(As explained several times here, there were 3 versions of the QX-10:
American, European and Australian. The QX-10 was an export version of
a Japanese computer called the "QC-10". That's why emulators often
mention its name....)
So, in Europe, there were 8 or 9 different keyboards, In the USA 2
keyboards, in Australia 1 keyboard, and in Japan 1 keyboard. Total: 12
or 13 versions.
A list of the available documents can be found at:
(There is even a disassembly of the TDL 12K Z-80 BASIC that I
mentioned, many years ago! According to the ASM file, "The work of
reverse engineering and commenting was done by Holger Veit in 2012."
So, apparently, he did not know that it was mentioned here, in the
comp.os.cpm Newsgroup. What is sure is that he never contacted me.)
So, if I were you, I would first check that you have something that is
not already available.
I cannot talk about Al Kossow's collection of PDF files, since it has
been months (years?) that I had a look to his list.
Mr. Emmanuel Roche, France