HDMI out? SID support. WiFi tipi and USB?
This computer only uses year 80 technologies, based on corrected TI-99/4A schematics, integrating features that were optionnals or proposed by third-party companies for the 99/4A in year 80-90. it's my initial will, my pleasure.
So here, no USB, no WIFI, no ARM, no FPGA, no HDMI or any other modern technogies. That said, I made this computer to react as the real 99/4A, so I suppose they should work on it too.
One question Fabrice: Is the keyboard going to be QWERTY like the original US version or will you have different geographic variants?
Only my prototype extended keyboard is AZERTY. The final extended keyboard is QWERTY to respect the spirit of the original computer :)