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  1. I have a variety of Atari 8-Bit Computer items up for sale: eBay Items For Sale More items going up shortly including: • 400 Computer System (16K) • 800XL Computer System with 6 Game Cartridges • 2 x Trak-Ball Controllers Make me an offer. Thanks for looking.
  2. Looking to buy a working 130XE and STFM-series ST, preferably an STe. No discolored units/keyboards please. Feel free to post pics here and/or PM of what you have. Thanks so much in advance!
  3. I started similar topic on Polish Atari Area. http://www.atari.org.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?id=13760 I have crazy idea. What about STM32 cartridge. It will make faster only some of CPU instructions so Atari will stays Atari. For demos or to have hundred sprites on screen...? Why STM32? Its cheaper than ATMEL and more common than PIC. It is 32bit... Bigger EEPROM, RAM in MCU. There will be no new graphics, no new sound. Only massive CPU upgrade but only for some instructions. For example 256 sprites, fast 3d or vector, game with 128 sprites and sample playback on pokey (as you know MOD on Pokey eats CPU). Or I can image pictures in lot of colors (multiple pages switching). So they will be not blinking... I know there is Veronica. It is beautiful but price of 65816 is higher than STM32 (few cents max to 10 dollars). I know there is very nice Tomek8 but as I wrote PIC is not so powerful as same priced STM32... And as bonus you can get STM32 in huge quantities... I somewhere read something exactly same exists for ColecoVision or 2600... For example 6502 emulator on STM32: GITHUB https://github.com/BigEd/a6502 "On that dev board, the CPU runs at 168MHz and the emulated speed of the 6502 is 18MHz." Thats almost 10x+ faster as original Atari. And there is also 180MHz model STM32... Price is 10Euro... for STM32F407VGT6: 32 Bit Microcontroller, Ethernet MAC, Camera Interface, ARM Cortex-M4, 168 MHz, 1 MB, 196 KB, 100 Maybe we can have Ethernet too on that cartridge for multiplayer games. I can imagine NUMEN engine shooter and LANPARTY! like QUAKE! Or DUNE2 / Settlers 2 game !!! Multiplayer / online... This will adds new dimension to our ATARIs... Playing games together. New speed for CPU. Lot of sprites, pokey sample playback etc etc... So it will be turbocard but also will accelerate graphics and sound. Plus online multiplayer gaming or local LAN party as bonus. Bad or good idea? Lets brainstorm this. I can imagine games in hires with huge sprites. Or 160x200 games with ultra fast scrolling (space shooter) for example. Or vector game with samples. Or 3D demo looking almost like from Amiga 500... When price of cartridge will be 20-30Euro. Everyone will be able to buy it.
  4. Here are some more items I have up for sale: 65XE 800XL 1200XL Bounty Bob Strikes Back
  5. Hi folks I recently recovered an old 65XE from the loft, and with the addition of a SIO2PC connected have been rediscovering the fun I used to have with it 15 years ago. I then came across AtariAge by chance, and am fascinated by all the things that you get up to with yours! Having been bitten by the bug, I couldn't resist adding an Atari 800 to the collection (unfortunately it's afflicted with the "red screen of death" so I need to work out how to fix that with my next to non-existent electronics skills, but that's for a separate discussion...). However, on reading through this forum I notice that there's a lot of love for the 800XL - which makes me wonder whether I'm missing out by not having one of these creatures too. On the one hand I appreciate that it's just the 65XE in a different case, but on the other hand it seems to get thumbs up for better build quality and expandability - although if I've understood correctly, the PAL versions tend not to have socketed chips, which makes them no easier to work on than the XE - is that right? Is there much use for the PBI that comes on the XL? (Incidentally, my XE has an ECI port, which I gather is unusual for a 65 - or maybe that's just a US vs UK thing too?) Maybe it just boils down to whether I have spare money to blow on eBay and space in my living room for another machine? Your thoughts??
  6. I got a PAL 65XE with a 130XE motherboard with 4-bit-RAM, i.e. two empty RAM positions. Sorry if this has already been posted here but I can't seem to find instructions on how to upgrade this to 130XE standard (or 256K). Any pointers? Thanks!
  7. Cleaning out the extra stuff... to make room for more. If you are interested in any of this, please PM me with your address and I can get you a shipping quote. I'm located in Canada and it is sometimes expensive to ship to the US-less so to ship within in Canada. I'll ship to anywhere, buyer pays all shipping costs. Atari 800XL with 256k RAM upgrade (Rambo/Bucholz type). There is a small hole drilled in the back of the case... no idea what this was for, maybe an upgrade that is no longer there. Tested, working. Includes power supply and RF box and cable. SOLD! 65XE, clean, tested and working. No power supply, but can include RF box and cable if desired. SOLD! Mattel Aquarius computer. Includes what is shown, user manual and power supply. Tested and working (typed in some BASIC programs from the manual). There is a BASIC keyboard overlay that is removable (picture shows it in place). SOLD! Atari Lynx. Tested and working, fairly clean. Mild small scratches on the screen cover. SOLD! Compute!'s First Book of Atari, Second Book of Atari and Third book of Atari. Full set, SOLD! Compute's First Book of Atari Graphics and Second Book of Atari Graphics. Both for $10 Compute's Atari Collection Volume 1, and Compute's First Book of Atari Games. Volume 1 is SOLD. Volume II: $5 Machine Language for Beginners and Second Book of Machine Language. Both for $8 From BASIC to C, Electronic Computer Projects for Commodore and Atari Computers, CP/M Primer, Home Applications and Games for the Atari Home Computer, Forth on the Atari, Your Atari Computer - Guide to the 400/800 Personal Computers. Mapping the Atari is already gone, sorry. $2 each, or $10 for all of them. PS. Open to offers on the items if you think the prices I've set out are too high.
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