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Now Assembled & Tested - the new Black Magic Cartridge from DDI


We have now finished assembling and testing the new Black Magic Cartridge from DDI, with up to 320 disk based programs crammed on 4x 8 MBits 27c801 EPROMS (2 on reverse) its looking to be the best cartridge release ever!

We are busy putting the documents together and the first pre ordered units will be shipped shortly packed with lots and lots of games.

The new Black Magic website is now up and running (subject to final updates), you can grab a Black Magic PCB for £8 and the new ROM sets are now online for free download.

You will find all you need over on http://www.sys64738.net

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