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Hardware News   Hardware News : Catweasel Flipper mailing list
   posted by L8-X on 5-Feb-2003 0:55:37 (1205 reads)
Hi

A group has been created on yahoo groups for support of the Catweasel MK3 Flipper card.



As the name already tells, it's a PCI board for modern PCs, MACs and the new computers AmigaOne and Pegasos. The surname "Flipper" suggests that there's more to this interface. The new Catweasel is a so-called flipcard, it can be plugged into the Zorro-slot of a classic-Amiga. Even if you don't have one of these bus systems, there's another connector for the clock-port of an Amiga 1200 - a small pin header on the
motherboard of the computer that's connected with a cable.

You can access it by going HERE.

Or sending a mail to join to..

Catweasel_flipper_support-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
    

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cyka 
Re: Catweasel Flipper mailing list
Posted on 5-Feb-2003 9:35:07
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sounds complicated but could be cool but there is a lot of things that could go wrong. But hey we are amiga things never go wrong


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L8-X 
Re: Catweasel Flipper mailing list
Posted on 5-Feb-2003 12:09:40
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I`ll be getting one for the A1 when its out.

It`s a WAY COOL piece of hardware!


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Re: Catweasel Flipper mailing list
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it does sound very nice indeed.


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Re: Catweasel Flipper mailing list
Posted on 5-Feb-2003 20:24:33
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i was thinking of getting it myself but at risk of losing another precious pci slot i decided that i would not need it to read Amiga floppies.
I can just copy the important stuff to PCO disks and use them that way


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Posted on 7-Feb-2003 0:32:32
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Does the pc0: device support 1.44mb disks?

I think the catweasel is a superb bit of h/w, and i WILL be buying it for my A1.

I don`t have a lot of floppies, but those i have are mainly demos i hope to use under uae when is released for the A1 & os4.


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