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Hardware

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Hardware design and integrated circuits

Internally the CoCo 1 and CoCo 2 models are functionally identical. The core of the system is virtually identical to the reference design included in the Motorola MC6883 data sheet and consists of five LSI chips:

Audio Digitizers

Audio Output Devices

Bus Expander

Computers & Clones

Tandy/Radio Shack Tape Drive Systems

Other Tape Drive Systems

Tandy/Radio Shack Floppy Disk Systems

Floppy Controllers

Hacking

Extracted from

Other Floppy Disk Controllers

Alternate Floppy Disk Controller ROMs

Hard Drive Controllers

Input Devices

Memory Upgrades

MIDI Interfaces

Monitors

Multi Devices

These are items that serve more than one purpose, such as Cloud-9's SuperBoard.

RS232 Devices

Video Digitizers

Video Out

Light Controler

Mods & Hacking