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cleaning (3.5 inch) floppy disks

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HardwareThe cleaning floppydisks article is interesting.
 
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WT-220 - a 'clever' VT-220 terminal

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HardwareFrom Hackaday: Behold The WT-220: A ‘Clever’ VT-220 Terminal.
 
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esp-link - Wifi-Serial Bridge with REST and MQTT

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HardwareThe esp-link firmware connects a micro-controller to the internet using an ESP8266 Wifi module.
 
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pfbdk Epson PX8 disk emulator

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Hardwarepfbdk is an SD card based serial disk emulator for Epson PX8 (Wikipedia: Epson PX-8).
 
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Fomu - an FPGA board that fits inside your USB port

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HardwareFomu - an FPGA board that fits inside your USB port.
  • FPGA: Lattice ICE40UP5K
  • Speed: 48 MHz external oscillator
  • RAM: 128 kB RAM for a soft CPU¹
  • Storage: 1 MB SPI flash²
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0 FS (12 Mbps)
  • Buttons: Four³
  • LEDs: One RGB
 
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CoCo on a Chip

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HardwareAnother nostalgia trip: CoCo on a Chip, or How to build a matchbox CoCo. It uses a Terasic DE0-Nano FPGA board and a couple of daugtherboards (NanoMate, NanoLog). Add a plastic case and you are almost done.
 
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petSD+

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HardwarepetSD+ (see the petSD web site) is a modern mass storage solution for Commodore PETs with an IEEE-488-bus.
 
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FluxEngine

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HardwareFluxEngine is a very cheap USB floppy disk interface capable of reading (and eventually, writing) exotic non-PC floppy disk formats. It (should, this bit's not done yet) allow you to use a conventional PC drive to accept Amiga disks, CLV Macintosh disks, bizarre 128-sector CP/M disks, and other weird and bizarre formats.
 
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RaSCSI

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HardwareRaSCSI - The Raspberry Pi Becomes a SCSI Device.
 
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NetPi-IDE

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HardwareNetPi-IDE - low cost IDE/PATA disk emulator using a RPi Zero that also brings wireless networking to vintage computers.
 
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