FujiNet: a Swiss Army knife for your Atari!
#FujiNet is the latest peripheral in development for Atari 8 Bit computers. Originally intended to be a network adapter, it has become an all encompassing SIO peripheral emulator. The software is still a work in progress, but it currently emulates many Atari peripherals (see the list here).
All right, folks, I have finally gotten these to a point where I feel comfortable that I can get them produced, tested, and out the door to you. The 400/800 cases are still finishing, but they will be in the colors (same manufacturer and same color) that the original run from FujiNet were printed in. I have put clearly identified copies of the pictures from FujiNet of the cases and will replace them as soon as they come off of the printer. The XL and XE cases are finished and we are in the process of printing more.
As for how many? I have finished 250 boards with everything on them via my pick and place machine except for the SIO pins, the JTAG header and the power switch, so order away.
NOTE: These also INCLUDE the fix so that you can use CAS files once that becomes available.
The base option has no on-off switch. It is permanently on and will come on as soon as you turn on your Atari. The base option also has no case. (but does, as should be obvious, have the SIO coverings. It is AS PICTURED above.
JTAG: You do NOT need this unless you are going to be uploading unstable;e code to the device. The JTAG is necessary to flash the chip directly. Regular Firmware upgrades are done via USB.
Power switch: Unless purchased, your FujiNet is permanently set to power on when you turn on the Atari. This eliminates a sound bug from being engaged when the FujiNet is off when turning on the Atari. (There is an audio buzz that is somewhat annoying)
The cases are the 800 beige, the XL beige or the XE grey. As I said, they are the same colors used on the website. I will replace these as soon as I get the ones off of the printer that are printing this weekend.
Questions about manufacture, prices, shipping? Send them to me.
Manual: FujiNet really has all the details, but I will look into a printed manual soon.
Disclaimer: The Brewing Academy is NOT the inventor or creator of this. We are simply the manufacturer of it. You can make your own if you wish. The details can be found HERE