@djsumdog yes, the floppy drive has a 6502, but none of the other support chips obviously.
WRT to the 8-bit gut, I’ve unfollowed and blocked him everywhere since his “I’m going to the sandwich shop with an assault rifle strapped to my back” video.
I told quiss yesterday on the stream that I'd posted about it, and it was blowing up on the fediverse.
He had not heard of the fediverse before. (:
He said he saw a lot of traffic coming in from my post - and likely from yours now too.
I wouldn't be surprized if he discovers more about likeminded folks here on the Fediverse now as a result. (I'd like that as much as I like the demo.)
@thomasfuchs That is awesome. I loved the way he presented the setup and then just cut the cable. 😅
@thomasfuchs Pretty cute! IIRC the drives have their own 6502 and RAM. I wonder if there are any popular uses of them as some kind of coprocessor? I have to admit, those Commodore monitors are still very nice. Never really had anything equivalent in Atari land.
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