On Wed, 19 Dec 2018, Liam Proven via cctalk wrote:
So yes, there is a little bit of demand, I reckon. Not
There's enough of a market to support folks building replicas of the Adlib
sound card. I've seen evidence of a Sound Blaster 1.0 replica - I think
they called it the "Snood Bloober 1.0". (I was right, here's a pic of it,
with a bonus Windows 95 memorial decal in the background:
There's also Jonathan's XT-IDE card for adding "modern" mass storage to
PC/XT class machines.
If you dig into it, there's a little cottage industry for these little
life-extending upgrades for old machines. It's kind of like the computer
industry making a full circle - people started companies building add-ons
in their kitchens in the 70's and 80's and now it's coming back to that
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