Date: 2002-10-07 09:30:06

Hi All,

I hope this is the appropriate forum to ask the question (its the only
Commodore mail list I subscribe to).

I already own a number of freezer carts, including the AR6. 

I'm considering a Retro-Replay (possibly with Silver Surfer) as a
re-programmable hardware platform that may allow for some interesting
projects - esp with the possibility of fast PC connectivity (as for example
with what was done with the SerialServer, but different).

The question, is the cartridge worth the money? Does the unit come
documented in such a way as to be useful to a programmer /hacker
(unfortunately the various websites have lots of info but the information
lacks clarity)? Does it work with a C128 (not as a AR clone, but will
ROM/RAM be available)? Does the freezer work better than the AR freezer as

Private answers Ok if this isn't the forum for discussion.

- Nick


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