> I received a fair amount of support email about about the 2106 board.
> Much more supportive then the last time I mailed about it. As a rough
> guess I'd say that an under $1k board should be possible. Most importantly
> there support from people who can help with the hardware end.
And, it would be of much help if there is a pcb design in electronic form
that we could use directly... (I think the DEC one is available in the
software kit that costs the $50 or so, at least this is what I was told
by the local DEC)
> The current evalution board uses 32 bit simms, L2 cache, video, audio, pci,
> isa, keyboard, serial, parallel, mouse. Basically everything we could
> want. I'm not sure we can afford all the above features but we can
> find out how much they will cost.
Sounds like a good design to me :)
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