> On 2017-07-17, at 20:16, Ethan Dicks <email@example.com> wrote: > >> Possibly, but I think the joy connectors are a huge draw, and having to buy >> expensive adapters or cables just to enjoy the limited use of a port that >> has the least utility (save maybe for the cassette port, but there are >> passionate folks who guard the cassette port with their lives, while there >> evidently is only a handful of people so passionate about the user port). > > I am passionate about the User Port, So am I - I need to have a place to connect my DolphinDOSes to :-) And the printers with some more usability factor than the ones CBM was able to cheaply brand. > but I have no problems with it > not being clearly a 0.154"-spacing edge connector - one of the first > things I usually do is make a cable from there anyway, so a 24-pin > internal connector is just fine by me. Same here. If I really need USER PORT connector in its original form I can make an adapter easily. > I think it's an interesting design, and while I might not be able to > afford one, I do think that having _some_ way to access the User Port > is a lot better than _no_ way. Precisely that. -- SD! - http://e4aws.silverdr.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-07-17 19:04:44
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