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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Introducing SD-X


It was always my plan - SD for everything. And today we're one step closer. With a single interface board for ... well, everything. All you need to get sd-card powered fun from your favourite Z80 based 8-bitter is an inexpensive adapter board. And suitable code to access the card, naturally.



This is the first production board - ready for one lucky Tatung Einstein owner. We're still a way off full production but with this unit we're one step closer.

Currently X = Tatung Einstein + Tandy TRS80 Model 1. Next up..?



7 comments:

Dave said...
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Summer said...

I have a Tatung Einstein and a Tatung Einstein 256. I live in New Zealand. Is there anyway to get something like this?

SirMorris said...

I haven't made any for a while. I'll post here when I do. Where to Einstein owners hang out these days?

Unknown said...

Where I can find one of those?

SirMorris said...

I'll be building some soon. Check sellmyretro.com - search for 'sd-x einstein'

SirMorris said...

I have a couple of einSDein boards (not the sd-x type pictured above, the original dedicated design) ready to sell.

Search sell my retro for 'einSDein'.

Jonesey said...

Are you planning to make any more of these for the Einstein? Would be a definite sell!

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