During our discussion time, I’ll report on the Vintage Computer Festival East that was held in New Jersey. I'll even show off a C128 Neo board that was bought at the show. Then we’ll talk about the June 24-25 Commodore Los Angeles Super Show and even the August Vintage Computer Festival West in Mountain View, California.
For the hardware/software part of the meeting, the VIC-20 returns with SD2IEC. We check out an Amiga 3000 which has a SCSI2SD card drive, 16 megs of Fast RAM via a ZIP-to-SIMM adapter, OS 3.1, and a huge amount of WHDLoad games. (This A3000 had extremely bad motherboard damage but was brought back to life by Duncan M. and Francis B. from the South Bay area.)
If we have time, we’ll power up the Ultimate 64 and look through the latest C64 software for May.
After the meeting, Bernardo Studios opens up in Fresno so that CLASS presentations can be filmed.