The Magic Voice cartridge was certainly a neat idea. The firmware to make your computer "talk", and the BASIC commands to do so easily were all built in. Early game cartridges, such as "Gorf" and "Wizard of War", when plugged in to the "Magic Voice"s pass-through port, would talk to you incessantly. However, this hardware did not catch on with other software manufacturers. The firmware and technology of this device WERE integrated into a prototype "264 Series" computer, the Commodore V364.
Model : "Magic Voice" Type : Speech synthesis cartridge Resources : Includes external sound ports Connection: Commodore 64/128 Expansion port Notes : View the vocabulary
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