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 |[[:​boards:​sbc:​tiny68k|Tiny68K]]|Motorola 68000|NA (see notes)|Low cost, support CP/M 68K, 16 meg of dynamic memory| |[[:​boards:​sbc:​tiny68k|Tiny68K]]|Motorola 68000|NA (see notes)|Low cost, support CP/M 68K, 16 meg of dynamic memory|
 |[[:​boards:​sbc:​mpu302|MPU302]]|Motorola 68302|Custom 96-pin DIN41612| ​ Please note the expansion bus header is not compatible with ECB bus. Repurposed SPX MPU board for CP/M 68K. Read about it on [[https://​hackaday.io/​project/​28504-reverse-engineering-soneplex-spx-mpu-sbc|Hackaday]]| |[[:​boards:​sbc:​mpu302|MPU302]]|Motorola 68302|Custom 96-pin DIN41612| ​ Please note the expansion bus header is not compatible with ECB bus. Repurposed SPX MPU board for CP/M 68K. Read about it on [[https://​hackaday.io/​project/​28504-reverse-engineering-soneplex-spx-mpu-sbc|Hackaday]]|
 +|[[http://​putnamelectronics.com/​products.html|PE6502]]|WDC 65C02|Custom 40-pin|65C02-based,​ low parts count/easy to assemble, Wozmon/​Integer BASIC/​AppleSoft Lite/​Krusader Asm/​Disasm/​Debugger built-in ROM, 32K SRAM, Propeller term.  |
  
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