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« on: June 24, 2010, 06:13:49 PM »
Lightspeed at Zabaware found a link to a new version of BigTrak and it got me looking around for videos.  I came across one about the old BigTrak and it had me in stitches.

"Inside the BigTrak, there's a computer...computers are a bit like our brains...that's the thing inside our heads...that we think with..."

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And a little dated now but here's a bit about the return of BigTrak....


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