Dusty has released the March 2021 issue of the TRS8Bit newsletter. Here’s what he had to say:
In this issue, E.T. Fonehume has a BASIC one-liner to run Kaprekar’s Constant. Maurits Van Wijland upgrades a M4 from 16K to 64K in a very detailed article. Lawrence Kesteloot has an upgrade on TRS80-TOOL. ‘Noel’s Retro Lab’ reviews a vintage chip tester in kit form. Ian Mavric sorts out ‘contact fatigue’ on a M3/4 bus and improves a heavy duty power supply. He also concludes his series of building the ‘Super Micro Mk 2’. Pascal Holdry brings us news from France and finds there’s a new type of enthusiast. Harold Finch sets us another brain-teaser. Paul T Metcalf shows a M1 using an MDHI monitor. There’s also details of running trs80gp on a Raspberry Pi 400 (nothing less than a worlds first), a look at some of the Ebay bargains from the last 3 months and there’s a bargain for someone in the ‘For Sale & Wanted’ feature. There’s the usual feature of ‘The Way We Were’ and ‘Assembler Bytes Back’ and to end this veritable ‘feast-of-fun’, the final details of this year’s competition. It’s a must-read for any Tandy/TRS-80 enthusiast!
It can be downloaded from his web site.