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* [[Locomotive BASIC]] (reference for BASIC commands, functions and error messages)
 
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== Co-processor Interfaces ==
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* [[CPC-Cplink]] - a card and software libraries allowing Raspberry Pi, Arduino or other processors to be connected directly to the CPC
  
 
== Data transfer ==
 
== Data transfer ==

Latest revision as of 13:24, 10 November 2019

You can also check the Category : Peripherals for a complete list of CPCwiki pages on the matter.

Please try to keep things in alphabetical order.

Built-in Peripherals

Built-in Chipset

Built-in connectors: pinout

Built-in Firmware

Co-processor Interfaces

  • CPC-Cplink - a card and software libraries allowing Raspberry Pi, Arduino or other processors to be connected directly to the CPC

Data transfer

Modems

Serial Interfaces

Teletext

Others

Digitizer / Scanner

Drives

Disc Drives

Exotic Drives

Hard Disc Drives

Drive Emulators

Hardware debuggers/Hacking devices

Input devices

Joysticks

Light-Guns

Light-Pens

Mouse

Others

Memory expansions / ROM boxes

Memory Expansions / RAM discs

ROM Box / ROM Board

Monitors

Multi function expansions

Printers

Real Time Clocks

Synthesizer, sampler and music related

Cartridge

  • C4CPC a modern cartridge replacement for the Amstrad Plus range and the GX4000.


Miscellaneous

Some further (unsorted) peripherals are found here: Hwlist from retroisle. More DIYs are listed on Happy Computer (Schneider Sonderheft) (those german magazine articles aren't yet scanned).