Propellerpowered Pocket Mini Computer

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This Propellerpowered Pocket Mini Computer consists of a Parallax P8X32A Quickstart Board, VGAplus board, and a universal MicroSD adapter, and was available to buy as a kit. The P8X32A Propeller QuickStart is a simple and accessible development platform for the P8X32A Propeller microcontroller.

The Pocket Mini Computer features:

  •  32K RAM
  •  64K EEPROM
  •  VGA Output
  •  PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse port
  •  Right/Left audio out
  •  Wii Nunchuck/Classic connection
  •  I/O Experimenter's port
  •  Extended Ram (SRAM) socket
  •  Optional IR receiver connection
  •  Optional microSD connection

Very kindly donated by Alexander Demin. A further explanation of the kit can be found at Alexander Demin's webpage:

Manufacturer: Propellerpowered, Parallax
Date: 1992

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