65uino with pinout

The 65uino is a 6502 based learning platform in a familiar form factor. It has a 6507 CPU, a 6532 RIOT chip and a 28 pin ROM as the core components and aims to teach assembly programming, computer engineering and embedded design by opening up the black box of modern MCU’s.

By going back to a time where the integrated circuits each mostly did their own thing, the 65uino hopes to give a better and faster understanding of the basic concepts.

The project is 100% open source and you’ll find all the details over on hackaday.io so check it out and follow along!

3 thoughts on “Meet the 65uino

  1. Hello, is this board available as a kit?
    Even the PCB with mounted SMD components would be ok
    Thanks

    1. If there’s enough interest I might make it available in a few different kits, like PCB only, SMD components mounted only, with/without 6507/6532 etc.
      For now you’re very welcome to make your own for non-commercial purposes – instructions are on the hackaday.io page.

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