[Coco] Coco on the internet
mark at cloud9tech.com
Wed Apr 6 10:35:26 EDT 2005
This is a SuperBoard option. Actually any serial device will be able to
use it as long as you have a FIFO'd serial port. 6551/2 will not cut
it. Rick U, from Conect(sp?) had one at one time. SB uses a TI
multi-function chip that has a dual port FIFO on it.
We are currently targeting ConnectOne's embedded solution. Hands down
the best platform. The down side of this is cost. Expect the solution
to be $150-$200. So you ask why pay that much when a PC can do it for
$10? Well because we can and the cost is high because we aren't buying
millions of them.
It will support wireless and everything else. Geeezzz a wireless coco
sitting on my network at home, getting Email and transferring files
to/from.....$200 for that.....any day! IMHO....
Quoting billg <cwgordon at charter.net>:
> Probably a silly question, but when I was using my CoCo years ago,
> internet didn't even exist. So, since then, is there software that
> allow CoCo on the 'net?
> A Touch of CoCo BBS and *Square One Forum
> http://squareone.no-ip.org telnet://squareone.no-ip.org
> FidoNet (1:123/22) SkyNet (30:3300/2) JustaXnet (510:203/1)
> Coco mailing list
> Coco at maltedmedia.com
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