> Each generation reduced more discreet components to > integrated circuits. Each one added some new hardware > features over its predecessors. Every computer in that > list still kept about 90% backward compatibility with > the original Apple II. At what point did this family > tree no longer produce Apple II computers? The C= lineage is somewhat different : PET > VIC20 > C64 > C128 > (finally, but not produced) C65. Each of these is a logical upgrade over the previous model, the wholesale replacement of almost everything within the 64 is not an "upgrade", it's a new machine, call it that rather than a 64, it's a modern "clone" with somewhat backward compatibility; how much *original* software & hardware will be broken by the new machine ? > > That's exactly what were doing here with Jeri's > project you see. We (well, Jeri really) are > integrating discreet components and adding advanced > hardware features. > Nothing discreeet about 'em at all! cheers, Lance // telnet://commodore.thebbs.org ftp://commodore.thebbs.org Australia's largest 8 bit resource, since 1987 // - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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