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Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 673
16 Nov 2017 01:28


gregthe canuck wrote:

  System 1: A500 + V500
  System 2: V4 standalone
  It could work ;)

More like Standalone + Pi, but dont have wild dreams.

Its NOT 2 sys in 1 case, its just nice Amiga style case.
And that is quite enough.


Mo Retro

Posts 114
16 Nov 2017 14:43


Vojin Vidanovic wrote:

 
Mo Retro wrote:

  Stephen just mentioned today that it would be possible to have to systems in the case. Always a combination with the RPI or standalone.
    Wow imagine an A600,A500,A1200 together with an Vampire standalone :)
 

 
  Nope. I have to disapoint you, it doesnt work that way. Its one board system, but can fit Classic+v2 Vamp OR mb and Pi due to small dimensions.
 
  ---------------- From dedicated FB group -----------------------
 
  Brian Johnston What would be extremely impressive is if you could build a case to house the A500 AND A1200 boards together and be able to use them at the same time with a switch to change keyboard / mouse inputs between them, I know it's pie in the sky stuff but you never know 😉
 
  Stephen Jones  To be clear, apart from adding a Pi, or attached vampire in as well only one motherboard at a time.
 

  Hi Vojin,
 
  That's what I meant 2 systems in one. An Amiga motherboard (A500, A600,A1200) and a standalone or PI.
 
  NB we are referring to the same fb post ;)


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 673
16 Nov 2017 17:08


Mo Retro wrote:
 
  That's what I meant 2 systems in one. An Amiga motherboard (A500, A600,A1200) and a standalone or PI.
  NB we are referring to the same fb post ;)

While they can fit, I am not sure will they be able to share keyboard / ports / drives / video outpout, as real "2 in 1 machines" (if any).



Mo Retro

Posts 114
16 Nov 2017 19:55


Vojin Vidanovic wrote:

Mo Retro wrote:
 
    That's what I meant 2 systems in one. An Amiga motherboard (A500, A600,A1200) and a standalone or PI.
    NB we are referring to the same fb post ;)
 

 
  While they can fit, I am not sure will they be able to share keyboard / ports / drives / video outpout, as real "2 in 1 machines" (if any).
 

I won't mind using a second screen with some kind of keyboard and keyb/mouse switch if necessary :D
In that case the told Amiga would need an USB solution for keyb and mouse.

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