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The Texas Instruments TI-99/4A is a home computer, released June 1981 in the United States at a price of $525 ($1,383 adjusted for inflation). It is an enhanced version of the less successful TI-99/4 model, which was released in late 1979 at a price of $1,150 ($3,795 adjusted for inflation). == Features == The TI-99/4 has a calculator-style chiclet keyboard and a character set that lacked lowercase text.



Classic99 is a freeware TI-99/4A emulator for Windows 2000 and up. Classic99 runs most stuff fine. System ROMs and many cartridges are INCLUDED under license from Texas Instruments.
Windows classic99.zip www.harmlesslion.com 8.88 MB 2017-02-26


TI-99/Sim emulated the TI-99/4A Home Computer on multiple platforms. It runs under Linux, Mac OS X, and Win32 (Windows 9X, Windows NT)
Windows ti99sim-0.0.11.win32.zip www.mrousseau.org 263 KB 2012-07-14


V9t9 emulates the TI-99/4A on your computer. It is fully written in Java and can run on Windows, Linux or OS X. It requires the original Rom files.
Bios ti99_4a.zip cominf0.narod.ru 81 KB 2013-04-04
Java v9t9.zip eswartz.github.io 24.73 MB 2017-03-06

Photo of a TI-99 courtesy of Wikipedia.org
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