From: Christer Palm (palm_at_nogui.se)
Date: 2004-04-14 12:39:47
Marko Mäkelä wrote: > > Sorry, I don't know the answer, but your question reminded me of this project: > http://ezhid.sourceforge.net. They are using the Ez-USB microcontroller > (a 8051 clone with built-in USB interface) as a USB HID (Human Interface > Device) adapter for various game controllers, mice and keyboards, so that > you can use a Sun or Amiga keyboard on a newer computer. I wonder if the > microcontroller has enough I/O for the detachable keyboards of the 8032-SK > a.k.a. CBM 200, the CBM II series a.k.a. B series, the SX-64 or the 128D. :-) > It's available with up to 40 I/O's, which should be enough :-) You can also easily hook up additional I/O chips to its built-in I2C bus. -- Christer Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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