The TI-99/4A Home Computer is a 'classic' computer system which was created and sold by Texas Instruments in the early 80's. Other systems generally considered to be in the TI-99 'family' include the TI-99/2, TI-99/4, TI-99/8, CC40, Geveve and the Tomy Tutor.
MainByte's Home of the TI-99/4A
Manuals, Graphics, photos, pinouts, and general information about the TI-99/4A
Rick Liddell's Texas Instruments TI-99/4A site has graphics, down-loadable files, and several essays detailing his memories of using the TI-99/4A and the reasons why he still loves it. Also has plenty of his favorite links and some suggestions on emulation.
Articles on using the TI99/4A
A collection of articles of interest to owners of the TI99/4a and its emulations, from a variety of User Group magazines, especially those from the UK.
Getting Started With The TI-99/4A
Includes the text of this 1993 Book, a photo of a TI99/4a, some tips on programming, and some music composed for the TI99/4a.
Harmlesslion - TI-99/4A Software
Home of many TI-99/4A games written by Tursi. The site also contains the Classic99 emulator.
Jon Guidry's TI-99/4A Home Computer Page
Pictures of equipment, modules, and accessories. Complete TI-99/4A module list, hardware prototype projects, and links.
The Obsolete Computer Museum's TI-99 Exhibit
Site with photos and the history of the TI-99.
Contains disk, module, documentation, and image galleries related to the TI-99/4A. There are forums and links dedicated to the system as well. (Registration required)
Stuart's TI-99/4A Computer
Contains programs for the TI-99/4A, plans for an EPROM programmer, and an explanation on how ROM cartridge bank switching operates.
TI-99/4A Game Shelf
Contains an extensive downloadable library of TI-99/4A software in various emulation formats. (Assembly and Extended Basic programs)
The TI-99/4A Home Computer Page
Desktop theme, startup screen, emultors, classifieds, links, AVI's, screen shots, equipment sources, software, hardware, TI-99/2/4/8, CC40 from Rich Polivka.
TI-99/4A Videogame House
Information, screenshots and trivia.
WebRing: The TI-99/4A
Dedicated to the TI-99/4A as well as similar computers such as the Geneve and TI-99/8.
Last update:December 8, 2016 at 6:45:09 UTC