When I got my new old Amiga 500, I was fortunate enough to also acquire a Gotek Floppy Emulator. The Gotek basically stores images of floppy disks on a USB drive. Many legacy devices like music keyboards, knitting machines, embriodery machines, cnc machines, etc uses 3.5" floppies that are hard to come by as well as failing floppy drives.
These are the Amiga news that I discovered in the week just pasted, July 8th-14th, 2019:
These are the Amiga news that I discovered in the week just passed, 15th-21st July 2019:
- Apollo Guidance Computer restoration project
- The Borth of the Commodore Amiga - Interview with Engineer Joe Decuir
- Updated: Shogo - Mobile Armor Division 1.9
- Amigos Amigathon 2019
Last updated: 2019-06-24
|CPU||Motorola 68000 7.09 MHz|
Trapdoor Memory expansion with 512 KB SlowMem
3-way Automatic Kickstart Rom switcher
Roms labeled 1.2, 1.3 & 2.0
|Boot selector||Switches the internal disk drive (normally df0:) and first external disk drive (normally df1:) around|
Slimline case repurposed with a Gotek drive
|Serial No.||N/A - Emulator|
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