Started by XeNoMoRPH, 21:58, 17 March 18
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Quote from: robcfg on 09:53, 18 March 18I don't know if you could bankswitch with the megaflash.The idea is to have a game cartridge where you can have access to all 512kb, and the ability to save games to the eeprom chip.
Quote from: GUNHED on 20:24, 18 March 18There is no difference. The spectrum only has some menu, but that's it.
Quote from: Dandare on 11:07, 25 May 18- Board is now compatible with "ZX Dandanator Retroworks" case (an under 2€ ABS case)
Quote from: Dandare on 11:07, 25 May 18Some progress in the project.- Now loads compressed games from memory, any game in SNA format
Quote from: khaz on 12:59, 25 May 18Cool! Do you have pics of the case?I remember someone here mentioning that the edge male connectors were somewhat difficult to source. Your first PCB picture is of a male connector, while on the videos you have soldered a female connector. Which is meant as the final design/product? I believe having cartridges as Male and using an extra Female/Female adapter to connect to the computer would be the cheaper and more interesting option for the end user.
Quote from: roudoudou on 15:42, 25 May 18Which version of SNA supported? v2? v3?
Quote from: Dandare on 17:15, 25 May 18Male edge is simply a pcb board, no need to add any other component. The female connector goes soldered to what you've seen. Although what you say about the F-F adaptor is true, the cartridge will be used for game distribution (starting by 4Mhz with some incredible games of theirs coming) so we're aiming at a compact approach.Case is Supertronic PP6N, custom machined from factory. --> https://www.tme.eu/es/details/pp6n/carcasas-universales/supertronic/pp6-n/
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