silverdr wrote: > built-in "normal" mouse port (so called "bus mouse" AFAIR) As far as I understand, other PC manufacturers also had their own bus mice including the Microsoft InPort mouse. Although Amiga and Microsoft mice aren't directly compatible, the signals seem to be somewhat similar so adapters probably could've been made, just like some 3rd party mice were switchable between Amiga and Atari ST. But yes, it was cool that Commodore used their own, otherwise proprietary interfaces where those were superior to IBM standards. If Commodore would've begun to make PC compatibles a few years earlier than they did, I'm absolutely sure they would have integrated at least one SID chip into every PC clone they made, just because they could. Best regards Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2015-10-15 22:00:46
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