Great question.Is there a corresponding Workbench version, or just 1.0?
I'm not sure yet.
I have two A1000s, both PAL, one is an earlier version with daughterboard and the other without and I can see that pattern on both.intric8 wrote:As was pointed out to me by Paulo Alves on Facebook, the sides of the fascia are unique, too. I'd noticed it before but for some reason it never really clicked.
You'll notice a subtle diamond shape on the sides on both sides.
Would you make these ADF available anywhere for archival purposes?intric8 wrote:I have successfully created an ADF of the beta Kickstart! Whew! I've not been able to find this particular version anywhere online, fwiw.
Also, I looked back in the box and found two more disks I'm certain came with the Development System based on the black and white stickers.
I will make some ADFs of these this afternoon, too.
This bit of information is absolutely fascinating. Thank you for sharing!wbsander84 wrote:The Velvet only has 128k of ROM and it's far from a working operating system. It only outputs to the serial port and doesn't have any screen output except for a crude pixel map representation of the memory contents.
I believe it was more of a hardware development platform whereas the Zorro machine was more for developing software.