nightshadowpt wrote:This looks interesting, although I am not sure how much size matters for these boards.
The current size of products like MiST is already quite compact to emulate an Amiga, can easily fit (almost) anywhere and it has more ports.
Nonetheless, it is still an interesting option.
Thanks for sharing.
Dal wrote:Portable handheld device perhaps?
NegSol wrote:I like your board and the form factor - smaller is better
NegSol wrote:Having had trouble with shipping Indigogo backed hardware from overseas to Europe before might I ask you what your experience was with the 90 boards you already shipped in 2015? Any luck getting them through customs in Europe? Maybe even Germany?
Higgy wrote:Great project Valentin, I am looking to back this.
I have a MiST and ZX-Uno (Spanish FPGA device). A highly portable AMIGA and old skool PC Core have got my interest! ZX Uno only has 512kb as standard so that limits its PC Core (based on Next186).
Question - is it possible to also get analog sound out? Or maybe within the PC and AMIGA Core it could be sent also to some GPIO pins?
Higgy wrote:Also regarding the USB ports, PS/2 is mentioned . Could you be clearer. With Next186 and Minimig, you can use USB joystick, keyboard and mouse? (OK on Next186 USB joystick might be pushing it).I am not sure and other potential backers may also not be sure what can be used.
Higgy wrote:Finally can a USB hub be plugged in? Again just to ease any concerns. 2 ports onboard is good but for an AMIGA to be truely useful you need 3 (keyboard, mouse and joystick).
Higgy wrote:I think you know, but to clarify, I am not being negative, just trying to help your campaign and highlight things which might not be obvious to a project creator but are a bit confusing to potential backers.
kolla wrote:When plugged into a raspberry pi (zero), how... uhm... integrated are the two? I am again imaging FPGA accelerated emulation, where ARM on Pi do CPU emulation, fast ram and I/O, while Flea Ohm has the chipset and chipram covered.
christos wrote:Just a quick question. This doesn't run the Atari ST core, right?
Basman74 wrote:christos wrote:Just a quick question. This doesn't run the Atari ST core, right?
It could, but nothing has yet been ported to my board. I suppose if it can do Amiga then I'm reasonably sure it could handle an ST machine as well.
Sorgelig wrote:Is MCU part of Minimig running on softCPU core?
Is there any menu where you can choose what core to load or is it single core board?
Higgy wrote:Congratulations on hitting your target!
Higgy wrote:I don't know the tech details so this might not be relevant at all and you might have seen this, but the standard ZX Uno has a 8mbit SPI Winbond flash for Core storage. They have a menu that you can enter to change Cores. As with a lot of these things the code is available. Main website is here: http://zxuno.speccy.org/maquina_e.shtml
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