D3thAdd3r wrote:Sweet looking designs and board
D3thAdd3r wrote:What kind of price point could someone expect to put one of these together? Impressive stuff, interesting to see what kind of power can be utilized.
D3thAdd3r wrote:So at this point I'd imagine the planned features are at least semi-solid? You mentioned an IR interface which sounds very cool to me, if it doesn't cost much more, simple way to interface with PC for internet games. I don't really know the chip or what else you have on board, do you have a feature run down for my speculation and ranting pleasure?
D3thAdd3r wrote:Are there any prebuilt drivers for the ethernet available?
D3thAdd3r wrote:Really the price sounds very reasonable, but I wouldn't trust myself soldering it
1UP wrote:Almost sounds and looks like the start of a full fledged computer, rather than a game console . That would be cool kind of like the first computers people built back in the day with things like the Heathkit or what Atari planned with 2600 / 7800 with keyboards and serial I/O from the Joystick ports very retro .
1UP wrote:in fact if you went that route, folks could use your "Scuzzbox" as either a console or a standalone computer that could also be used as a way of creating games for the UZEBOX, the data could then be transfered through a cable to the UZEBOX. That way a serious hobbyist would have built themselves a retro style dev system like the ones from the late 70's to the early / mid 80's .
1UP wrote:just my 2 cents as a new forum member, me and my credit card will be watching this thread with great interest
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