IDE Host Interface (16-bit read, 8-bit write, no interrupts or DMA)
2x 8-bit GPIO output ports
2x 8-bit GPIO input ports
Here are pictures of the breadboard prototype and un-populated PCBs:
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I probably still have diskettes that have version of C/PM on them that this thing could run… 🙂