Re: C64 w/No Original Silicon!!!!

From: John (
Date: 2001-05-11 10:56:13

Jeri Ellsworth writes:

>  Yesterday I successfully fired up a c64 compatible
>machine that has none of the original Commodore chips.

You're a goddess.  Just yesterday I was thinking that this
would be a really cool project to play with if I had any
spare time.  Now you've saved me the trouble :-)

>  At the risk of upsetting people on this list I would
>like some feedback on what people would like in a next
>generation C= compatible machine.

What I'd really like to see is a 65020.  Maybe you could save
me the trouble of finding the time to build one of them too :-)

As far as peripherals go, all you need is USB.  Then you
simply plug in keyboards, mice, hard drives, ethernet, cameras,
printers... has
pointers to a huge variety of USB-aware chips.  The NatSemi one
seems worth a look.

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