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hardware Classic   hardware Classic : Finalization of Sum A600 development
   posted by Spidi on 10-Sep-2015 17:53:35 (2027 reads)
Sum A600 development has been completed thereby introducing a new and compact solution that allows connecting USB keyboard devices to Amiga 600 computer.



Sum adapter enables connecting USB HID keyboards to your Amiga. It has been designed for installation inside A600’s casing. Sum is based upon 16-bit Microchip microcontroller.
Sum provides built-in USB stack which enables USB HID keyboards support without the need for installing additional AmigaOS software drivers. Device’s installation procedure consists of simply attaching it the U7 chip located on A600’s motherboard.

Features of Sum A600:
- support for both USB HID and USB-PS/2 keyboards,
- A600 compatibility (U7 chip-attached),
- built-in USB stack,
- configuration mode (activated by R-Shift + Pause key combination),
- built-in EEPROM memory enabling user preferences storage,
- „Bootloader” function allowing future firmware upgrades,
- „Status” indicator LED providing information about device’s state,
- built around 16-bit Microchip microcontroller utilizing nanoWatt technology,
- non-blocking keyboard A600


    

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Leo 
Re: Finalization of Sum A600 development
Posted on 11-Sep-2015 15:56:25
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Does it work with games ?


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Re: Finalization of Sum A600 development
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I will probably order one sometime! it looks nice and the price is okey. I just need something suitable to put my spare A600 motherboard into. And some cool accelerator ofcourse ;)

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Re: Finalization of Sum A600 development
Posted on 21-Sep-2015 19:15:36
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Hi ;)

We'll receive a stock of these new adapters this week.

You can order it HERE :)

It should work great in games, like with the A1200 version version !

English flag on the top right corner of the site ;)

Thanks, Laurent and Franck
Amedia Computer

Last edited by Faranheit on 21-Sep-2015 at 07:16 PM.


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