Mug UK wrote:619 Euros???? Ouch!
wongck wrote:With that ethernet and USB stuff, should easily justify the price.
Jookie wrote:wongck wrote:With that ethernet and USB stuff, should easily justify the price.
Yes, but that is usefull only if there is enough of applications and drivers which will use the USB devices and the ethernet connection. The ethernet seems not to be a big problem, but the support for enough various USB devices... well, I don't know... So it's nice that Suska has them, but without the right software it might be useless to you.
wongck wrote:Hahaha.... yes, correct. Like the EtherNAT?
jvas wrote:Considering the features and efforts put in this project (and the expected number of units sold) the price is fair.
alexh wrote:The C-One was overpriced and underpowered. Anyone looking at it when it came out who knew anything stayed well clear.
As for core compatibility... 99% of cores are open-source. The schematics and board-support-wrappers are also open-source. It is very simple to port them. 2-3 days work maximum.
The only hard bit is porting the FDC/HD emulation interface which usually varies so widely between boards it is unbelievable.
Compatibility... well that is down to the core developers. I've no idea how compatible today's FPGA cores are, but I see some good results for Spectrum, Amstrad, C64, MSX2, BBCB, Apple II, various arcade games etc.
djmitman wrote:I was hoping for a price close to minimig - would have snapped their hands off then
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