|[News] ARC 2002: Creative Development at Vesalia booth||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 02-Dec-2002 22:01 GMT by Jens Schönfeld||22 comments|
The recently founded company Creative Development will presumably show a new USB card for classic Amiga computers at the AMIGA + RETRO COMPUTING show at the booth of Vesalia. "Ultrabus" has got four USB ports, and can be used in Zorro Amigas as well as on the clockport of an Amiga 1200. In Zorro mode, a flash memory with 512k capacity can hold the complete USB stack, so USB devices are available right after a cold boot. This enables booting from USB storage devices.
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|Comment 1||T_Bone||02-Dec-2002 21:11 GMT|
|Comment 2||Gerrit||02-Dec-2002 21:23 GMT|
|Comment 3||Peter Gordon||02-Dec-2002 21:28 GMT|
|Comment 4||JoannaK||02-Dec-2002 21:33 GMT|
|Comment 5||Peter Gordon||02-Dec-2002 21:46 GMT|
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|Posted by Doobrey on 02-Dec-2002 22:03 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (T_Bone):|
>Wow, USB cards for Amiga are popping up like mushrooms in the rain :)
Just like the multitude of clockport serial cards did years ago,followed by a wave of A1200 ZorroII busboards, then more recently the PCI busboards.. and now news of 2 different ColdFire accelerator projects!
Wonder what the next "wave" of hardware will be?
Oh well,it`s nice to see competition in a small market like the Amiga, it gives us something to point at to prove it`s still alive to all those MS droids, sorry I meant Windows users.
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