The Amiga is awesome. It came with a GoTek drive in place of the floppy drive. A USB thumb drive contains hundreds of games that can be loaded via a menu. This is an Amiga 500 -- the composite out is in black and white only (I think they really wanted buyers to also purchase a monitor). I've ordered a little board that converts to composite, S-Video, or VGA from a nice fellow in Sweden. Once that arrives, I plan to explore the games a lot more.
A view of the RickR sanctum
Posted 29 April 2018 - 07:28 PM
A recent Patreon-exclusive video by The Nosweargamer inspired me to hang this little shelf for knick-knacks above my computer monitor I found the shelf at Goodwill for $2 and gave it a coat of white paint. I think I need more knick-knacks now.
Edited by RickR, 29 April 2018 - 07:30 PM.
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Posted Today, 11:18 AM
Finally! I found a tiny Sony Trinitron. 9" model. I've been an LCD guy for a long time, just because they are so much smaller and lighter than CRT TV's. But I always kept my eye out for a small Sony, and I'm so happy to have found one. The Sony Trinitron tubes have the very best picture quality for CRT TV's.
Here's a picture of me testing using an Atari flashback. I'm going to dig out my NES so I can play those light gun games in style.
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