Re: [midatlanticretro] Does anyone want to buy an Elf 2000 ???
- I know Herb was showing off a tiny elf clone...Here is the link to his sitehttp://www.retrotechnology.com/memship/memship.html
From: Bee Dee <bd@...>
Sent: Thursday, February 2, 2012 4:28 AM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Does anyone want to buy an Elf 2000 ???
If you would like the opportunity to build your very own Elf 2000,
please join the waiting list! If enough people join Bob might make up
Scroll down to the bottom of this webpage to where it says "Sold Out!"
and then click on the "Join the waiting list" link below it:
- On Thu, 2 Feb 2012, Christian Liendo wrote:
> I know Herb was showing off a tiny elf clone...ÂI built a Rev B membership card after seeing one at the last VCFE, it is
> Here is the link to his site
great! I was a little worried that my soldering skills weren't good
enough, but it turned out that the hardest part was cutting the Altoids
tin to fit the LEDs and switches :-/
- Yeah. He has a cover for it now that makes it easier to make the cutouts.
I haven't assembled mine yet, or my Elf2K. I highly encourage both
systems if you're into it.
The Membership Card is very simple and easy and somewhat bare bones
and the Elf2K expands the original Elf and Elf II. (plus it has an
1861 graphics chip emulator (STG1861) and a Disk, UART and RTC Board --
if he does the 3-boards-in-one like before)
It's Herb's website but Lee Hart is the creator/mfg/seller.
Error in link in case people couldn't figure it out:
- Bill D
... CRAV Computing Hobbyist : Classic/Retro/Antique/Vintage