The smallest CP/M microcomputer ever #CPM #VintageComputing #RaspberryPi @Hascksterio @Raspberry_Pi

Designed with a minuscule footprint, this fully-functional CP/M computer build uses just two main components: a Tiny 2040 and an Adafruit microSD reader.

Software engineer and vintage computing enthusiast Kian Ryan writes:

“I’ve been using the RC2014 as a a CP/M development machine, especially while developing a cross-platform Rogue-like game. I love it,” Ryan explains, referring to the popular modular Zilog Z80 computer kit. “And whilst it’s a hell of a lot more portable than carrying a Osborne 1 or a Amstrad CPC 6128, it’s not something I can keep in the laptop bag and just pull out at the coffee shop (Both the RC2014 Mini with CP/M upgrade and the Extreme Kits RC2040 are ideally suited for this). I wanted to see if I could put together a truly tiny CP/M based system using RunCPM and the RunCPM-Pi-Pico project and make it even smaller.”

You can see more on and on this blog and GitHub.

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