ArcadeRetroGaming.com's Multiple Classic Computer 216 (MCC-216) makes its third appearance at CommVEx, this time with a Spectrum core in addition to the C64, Amiga, and Apple cores.
This is an Amiga 1200 computer fited into a tower with lots of extras for more details of the machine check out http://retro-link.com/smf/index.php?topic=251.0 and for a picture http://www.dickestel.com/images/expo716.jpg Amiga 1200 tower courtesy of Robert Bernardo
If Dave Morris is not deterred by other things, he will be exhibiting the above, including one of his MorphOS3.1 computers and his Raspberry Pi w/Motorola LapDock running AROS. See another side of Amiga computing!
Come and compare the various “card” Commodore drives – the 1541-III, the MMC2IEC, the SD2IEC (from NKCElectronics), the uIEC, the SD2IEC, the IDE v4.1, and the 1541 Ultimate v2.
Because this year is the 30th anniversary of the SX-64, we will have at least three SX-64s on hand. Bring yours along, too!
Try out the PET 4032 with programs provided on PETdisk. PET 4032 courtesy of Robert Bernardo.
Details are sketchy right now, but Mike Hill has tentatively said he will attend and will exhibit PET goodies.
A sweet VIC-20 with RAM expansion and games will be available for attendees to try out. VIC-20 courtesy of Vincent Mazzei.
- Commodore 128DCR with drive and JiffyDOS switches and MMU adapter for SuperCPU
- SuperCPU 128 with 16 megs of RAM
- CMD hard drive
- CMD RAMLinks (two or three of them)