Not yet--I trie to get a run of the Nouspikel HyperAMS boards done and ran into a few issues with the layout, so I've been doing a new one over the last few days. I am about 60% done with that updated layout (I only had the Gerbers for the HyperAMS, so the only options were to buy a program that would directly edit Gerbers or do a new layout--and I prefer to have layouts in a nice editable CAD format, so I decided to redo it). This type of work is relatively easy, as I don't have to calculate the best path for traces, as that work was already done (there were no component changes, although some moved around a tiny bit).
To answer the question though, I'll probably get to the speech adapter after Chicago. . .and have test boards in hand sometime around Christmas.
Ohhh, I'm getting excited. TWO new toys on the horizon!
Are there already any programs that would directly benefit from having a Hyper AMS card, or is this mainly a tool for the "Uber Programmer" guys?
I have less than basic knowledge of this card, so do you mind if I ask a few NOOB questions?
1) Will this replace the 32K card or will it be in addition to the 32K card?
2) Will this be a battery backed device that retains it's memory?
3) Will this be able to run larger (yet to be developed) paged programs in excess of 32K?
4) Will this also be able to function as RAM disk?
5) Do you know if this thing will be designed to bypass the TI startup screen and offer built-in menu functions?
I hope that was not too many questions.