[Coco] Why do a next Gen CoCo?

Mark McDougall msmcdoug at iinet.net.au
Fri Nov 19 03:07:22 EST 2010

On 19/11/2010 3:03 PM, Luis Fernández wrote:

> I have also a commodore 64
> and acquired a joystick that had a commodore in a single chip
> pc keyboard interface, floppy interface and / or think dd
> commodore 64 30 games in one joystick

I fully pimped mine out with all the expansion connectors! :)

Of course with the economies of scale it could be sold at less than 1/10th 
the price of any potential Coco-On-A-Chip.

There are also NES-On-A-Chip devices, not to mention other consoles, such as 
Atari 2600 & Genesis/Megadrive. I was disappointed to learn that the 
"Flashback" A2600 wasn't actually an emulation of an Atari 2600, but rather 
ports of the games to a generic 6502-based emulation. :(


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