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Microbee Nybbly Bits

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Starnet_Fileserver.jpg
StarNet FileServer PCB56 viewsOne of many uses for the microbee 50 way Expansion Port.
Bee_Decals.jpg
Microbee Decals57 viewsA range of Aluminium Microbee Decals
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How small can you go?81 viewsA tiny machine with wireless USB peripherals and SD Card!
As the Space Travel game is to unix, is Ladder is to the microbee!
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Smallest Bee Keyboard?66 viewsA replacement Bee keyboard prototype.
Just the Enter Key with stabilising hardware.
APLUS_KB_Switch_label.jpg
Alpha Plus Keyboard Label56 viewsThis label was unearthed at a microbee archeological dig.
It all looks Chinese to me!
TestScreen.jpg
Unusual video output91 viewsCan you identify what's different?
The video output has square pixels!
It makes it so much easier to rotate graphics.
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Deformed Keyboard Donut60 viewsHere is an unusually deformed Keyboard Donut.
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Morpheus asks "The Red Cherry or the Blue Cherry"?66 viewsModern day options for Neo.
"Maybe both for 3D effects!"

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APLUS_KB_Switch_label.jpg
Alpha Plus Keyboard Label56 viewsThis label was unearthed at a microbee archeological dig.
It all looks Chinese to me!
May 25, 2016
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Alpha Plus with DS12887 RTC59 viewsAn Alpha Plus (Premium Series) with DS12887 RTCApr 23, 2016
Starnet_Fileserver.jpg
StarNet FileServer PCB56 viewsOne of many uses for the microbee 50 way Expansion Port.Apr 20, 2016
Someones_BusiCard.jpg
Someone's Old Business Card65 viewsOne of someone's old business cards.Mar 25, 2016
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2650 PIPBUG BASIC 1.1.6 TAPE56 viewsIf you look hard enough you'll be able to find some 2560 software!Mar 14, 2016
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Microbee Decals57 viewsA range of Aluminium Microbee DecalsMar 14, 2016
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A Gamma Killer in just two ICs! (Circa 1988)77 viewsThis is someone's evaluation and demonstration board of a total 68000 system with up to 768 x 560 screen resolution in 16 colours per pixel (and 256 colours per pixel at lower resolutions).
Consists of 512K DRAM, 128K ROM including fancy features such as Frame Grabbing, Genlocking, and Fast Blitter!
Feb 01, 2016
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The Original Option ROM Banking Circuit78 viewsThis little board was the inspiration and catalyst for PAK Option ROM products.
It was designed for the original coreboard.
Jan 22, 2016