- Jun 17, 2019
This is my own original retro computer project. It's FPGA-based (running on the ZX-Uno board), but it started out over 20-years ago as a prototype built on a modified Timex computer. It's fair to say it's evolved somewhat since then. It has two things going for it that may be of interest to folks who didn't grow up coding for the 6502 series: It's Z80-based, and it's completely open source (the hardware, the firmware, and the software). My reason for posting is because I keep on hearing requests for a Z80 co-processor in the Commander X16. That might happen as a third-party add-on, but this might scratch that itch for those who can't wait. I'll throw some links in here and I'm happy to answer any questions.
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