A VIC-20 IEEE Project

drlegendre . drlegendre at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 22:32:55 CDT 2015

I didn't realize there was a shortage of these things. Just a couple months
ago, I bought a VIC IEC to IEEE-488 interface for around $25 on eBay, and
ended up selling it back off for about the same.

This is probably faster, being that it connects directly to the Expansion
Port (data / address busses, etc) but still the same function.

That said, COOL! Glad to hear folks are doing stuff for the PET / VIC era.
And hey, I just heard that VIC-20 is the 'new' C-64.. ;-)

On Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 8:25 PM, Jason T <silent700 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Some friends in the local 8-bit micro hobby have whipped up a clone of
> Commodore's VIC-1112 IEEE interface for the VIC-20 computer.  The news
> has probably permeated most of the C= scene but I figured it was worth
> dropping here for maximum exposure.  I saw the prototype working at
> VCF Midwest earlier this year.  They're funding it through Kickstarter
> and have reached their goal, so production is sure to go ahead.
> You've got your choice of a DiY board, assembled board or a fully
> cased cartridge.
> Just over 60 hours to go:
> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1203958506/vic-20-ieee-interface
> -j

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