potatohead Posted December 2, 2022 Share Posted December 2, 2022 (edited) I am well late to the party, but am happy now. Been waiting on a chance to get one of these for a long time. Thomas! Dude. You are awesome, as are the other developers. I need to go read who. I was able to plug it into my 800XL, add wi-fi password and navigate my way to a game of Zork served right over the Internet in like 5 minutes! It's even more impressive in real time on my own Atari! For playing around, is there an emulation that runs on a Raspberry Pi that has FujiNET support built in? For the last few years I've been way into my Apple ][ machines. Looks like we are close to a solid Apple FujiNET device and I can't wait! But, I'm really happy about being in the mood to grab the Atari and give it some love. It's been lonely for a while. YES!! I used to have a full setup with disk drive and such. That all got lost on a forced move and today I just have the XL and a 400. The FujiNET is perfect because I can do all the stuff I want to on the Atari now, except read a floppy and I just don't need to do that. Just want to say one more time just how impressive this device is. I can't wait to write some BASIC and give that N: device a go. Amazing!! Edited December 2, 2022 by potatohead 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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