Murray Aickin has created a new Amiga core for the Pocket, a handheld gaming device by Analogue. The new core has these features: Hard Drive compatibility, high-resolution video output, floppy image writing, extra memory, on-screen keyboard and a null modem.
The core is based on the Amiga MiST project (also known as Minimig) from the MiSTer Github and the VexRISCV RISC-V chip that acts as a Media Processing Unit (MPU) to connect the core and the APF framework for accessing floppy, hard drive and CD-ROM.
The core works best with the AmigaVision settings.
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