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Re: SymbiFace3 is near your Enterprise...
« Reply #255 on: 2023.March.16. 22:32:06 »
I am still doing some tests.

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Re: SymbiFace3 is near your Enterprise...
« Reply #256 on: 2023.March.16. 22:45:49 »
Just that huge stick... :shock:
And what is that big white connector? For a cable tv? :-D

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Re: SymbiFace3 is near your Enterprise...
« Reply #257 on: 2023.March.16. 23:14:35 »
The black stick is not so big, it is a WIFI antenna for better communications, and the white connector is for an external FM antenna. It is not the standard here in Spain, so I use an adapter.

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Re: SymbiFace3 is near your Enterprise...
« Reply #258 on: 2023.March.27. 11:12:42 »
Here you have the SF3 manual for updating the unit using the Cube Programmer(new HEX type updates). The use of the programming tool in the new  RSF3  is exactly the same.

Any questions are welcome.

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Re: SymbiFace3 is near your Enterprise...
« Reply #259 on: 2024.March.06. 12:29:53 »
Related with Geco's Wide scroll, the video attached  shows the purpose of it.

In words from Hans:  "Right cpc scrolls a text and sends output to left cpc through TMTNET.
So, I can make a banner and send it to many computers"

A little explanation:

TMTNET is a net for 8 bit computers that Hans continues developing for some decades. It comes included on every shape of SymbiFace3, also on the Enterprise version.

He has just released a stand-alone TMTNET MSX cartridge, so he is now very active developing multi-player games for it, both in Basic and in Quigs(SymbOS) versions. Programs in SymbOS are made multi-computer(CPC, MSX, Enterprise, PCW), but for the test he is programming on CPC Basic, then later the listings will be translated to the other computer's Basic(probably a task for me).

About the games, we are testing some easy to implement games, TicTacToe, UNO or Ludo. All include a 4 lines chat while playing. Imagine playing while chatting with Hans in The Netherlands, Teopl from Servia and me from Spain... Some games are only for two players, but others are for up to 4 or 7 players... all in remote.

On SymbOS the games work on 4 or 16 colour modes, so there is no need of a V9990 cartridge on the EP or the CPC, but recommended.

Here you have some pictures:

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