jimcox at miba51.com
Wed Sep 22 20:00:18 EDT 2004
How about USB networking with a PC along the same lines as
the DriveWire from Cloud 9?
A USB hard drive would be nice (I may be misinterpreting
what you said about the CoCo being deivice only, can you
On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 08:42:25 +1000
Mark McDougall <msmcdoug at optushome.com.au> wrote:
>I haven't been a subscriber to this mailing list for
>long, but it seems there's quite a bit of interest in
>various types of 'connectivity adapters' for the CoCo.
>There also appears to be an impressive amount of hardware
>development still going on for such conectors and other
>A while back I developed a small USB 'prototype' board
>for a couple of my other projects. Since then I have had
>the idea of using it to connect to the TRS-80 (1/3/4)
>floppy drive connector and allow the PC to 'serve'
>virtual disk images for a real trash-80.
>[An aside - have you guys seen
>Anyway, recently I've been toying with the idea of
>supporting the CoCo as well. Is there any interest for
>this type of device?
>Also, anyone got any novel ideas for using a USB
>connection on a CoCo (the USB side of things is strictly
>device-only - it can't be used to connect other USB
>peripherals to the CoCo for example)? e.g. Another idea I
>had was using it to emulate a network adapter for the
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