NOTE: It is important to read all instructions carefully before attempting to operate the ATARI 410 Program Recorder. Improper use may result in damage to the system.
The ATARI 410 Program Recorder is used with a cassette to hold blocks of software too large to be maintained in cartridge form. Programs, recorded on magnetic tape, are copied by the computer from the tape into RAM memory. Once in memory, these programs can be run or modified by the user according to instructions given through the Keyboard. Working in BASIC language, the user can also type his own programs into memory from the Keyboard, then store them on tape for later use or modifications.