Another floppy emulator (works with TRS-80, Apple II a.s.o.)
Amazing what some had already developed... it's a silicon floppy which can emulate even disk drives for an Apple II, but also for unusual disk formats like the TRS-80 SD/DD mixed ones.
Just take a look at
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Kind of a network connection to every CP/M computer ...
Interesting idea: Take a device which can do conversion between TCP/IP and a Serial Port ...
This is not very cheap, but seems to be an easy way to get files through an Ethernet network or even via WiFi connection from and to a CP/M com
Another real Z80 portable - today we would talk about a netbook... 1987 it wasn't a sensation but very handy
Clive Sinclair's last computer creation was manufactured by his own company Cambridge Computer. It's a Z80 (3.2768 MHz) based very slim and handy laptop, has a LCD display with 6 rows and 80 columns (native resolution is 640x64 pixels), and at least 32KB RAM.
You can use additional ca
- Another floppy emulator (works with TRS-80, Apple II a.s.o.)