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the cuecat, which you can still get on ebay and other places, was a neat little device that scanned in bar codes and with a net connection go to sites, offer up discounts, etc
“The 1965 Models are slightly different from the 1965-A models. They have an onboard Hyundai SMD. This IC has 44 pins on it. You simply have to lift pin 10 on this component. This is called ‘floating.’ In this case the pin will ‘float high.’ Once pin 10 floats high, the output is effectively decrypted. It will be able to function as a standard barcode scanner.”
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