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hardware Classic   hardware Classic : New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
   posted by Spidi on 13-Dec-2015 20:55:47 (1510 reads)
We are really pleased to announce that we are about to start the manufacturing of a new model in our Sum product line.
Sum A234/CD32 will be a USB HID keyboard interface for Amiga 2000/3000/4000/CD32 computer systems.]

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billt 
Re: New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
Posted on 14-Dec-2015 18:34:49
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Cool! I've wanted to get into a more fancy dual-head matrix-KVM, which tend to be USB rather than Ps2 keyboard/mouse these days. This can get me into those and out of the aging ps2 KVM I have now.


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Re: New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
Posted on 14-Dec-2015 23:54:52
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What about the other way around?

Connecting a4000/cd32/cdtv keyboards to pc's? It would be useful for fpga replay, minimig and windows systems running uae!


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Re: New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
Posted on 15-Dec-2015 4:26:41
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yeah right on spotup.
i would love to have an amiga cdtv keyboard to my amiga one micro and when its ready the tabor card

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Re: New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
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@retro and spotUP

There's around half a million ready to go projects of that type using Arduino, RPi etc. Just get to it already.


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Re: New product Sum A234/CD32 from Retro 7-bit
Posted on 16-Dec-2015 0:58:14
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They are not ready to buy and use... you buy them as kits at best, no?

A friend of mine is working on something though, stay tuned!

It would be nice if you linked to a few hundred of them though, maybe i'll understand one of them! :P

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