The Super Cartridge sounds great, it’s loaded with so much, I wish I owned one right now. Here are a few features that stand out:
HesMon (Did HesWare give permission for this? – Answer is YES!)
Rapid Lok Copier
TimeWorks Copier (but many Timeworks software was unprotected)
Data Soft Copier (used alot of weakbytes and signatures on tracks)
The Nibbler had the various copiers – except RapidLok, which had its own.
This was a Jim Drew project and the ad is a Utilities Unlimited ad.
Jim said, “It was a collection of various programs that were flashed on to a bank switched cart.” Plus the HesMon was licensed from Hesware.
So what is 500 blocks of programming?
Each block is 256 bytes. So, 500*256 = ~128K of data
No reset switch – that never made it to the production, although Utitlites Unlimited did provide info on how to add one.
Photo credits to: JIM DREW