The Pico/Elf V2, designed by Mike Riley, is an evolution of the Micro/Elf. Pico/Elf removes the address display, data displays, and input togges along with associated circutiry in order to add an RS232 port, ROM socket and IDE/CF interface, allowing for a complete machine capable of running Elf/OS.
Clock: 4.0 MHz
32 KB RAM
32 KB ROM
Pico/Elf V2 running Elf/Os on a video terminal
Main Features Pico/Elf V2 Emulator
- Adjustable speed, boosting the speed of the Quest Super Elf beyond 4.00 MHz!
- X and YMODEM support
- Direct Pico/Elf V2 memory access to load and save software from the PC hard disk via intel hex and binary files
- Terminal simulation (DEC VT-52 and VT-100)
- Video support for CDP1861 (Pixie) with zoom and full screen option by pressing F3
- IDE Hard Disk support
- Video screen dump to a file (BMP, JPEG, PNG or PCX image)