Autumn 1977

Paper Tape Punch/Reader
for Heathkit Personal Computer

Stores data at ten bytes per second

Paper Tape Punch/Reader for Heathkit Personal Computer, Autumn 1977
This full-page ad by Heath Company (Heathkit)
appeared on the eleventh page of a
special sixteen-page full-colour section
in Creative Computing magazine, Sep-Oct 1977,
promoting Heathkit's new H11 microcomputer which
"will be available November 10th, 1977."
The Heathkit H10 Paper Tape Reader/Punch was
"a general-purpose mass storage peripheral
designed for use with the H8 and H11 computers..."

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