Special video for CommVEx v10

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Special video for CommVEx v10

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CBM engineer Bil Herd wants to premiere a special video at CommVEx. He will film the disassembly of a rare piece of CBM hardware!

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Bil is still working on the video and will soon have it ready.

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Bil has given me permission to say what the video is about. It will be a quick tear down/disassembly of the Commodore LCD computer.

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Re: Special video for CommVEx v10

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On Saturday, we had trouble running the 4-gig .mp4 video that Bil sent us; we couldn't find a powerful enough laptop to run the video without serious lag problems, and I didn't have time to convert it to run more easily. Finally, I discovered that Dave Maurer had a loaded laptop that could run the video. We delayed Bil's video until Sunday morning, and while we were eating CommVEx cake, we watched the video with its surprise ending! We were shocked! ;)

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