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uTerm (micro-Term) is a VT100-like terminal for the Z80-MBC2 (https://hackaday.io/project/159973). It has a VGA out and PS/2 keyboard connector, a power supply for the Z80-MBC2 and a "transparent" serial-USB port.


uTerm can be mounted horizontally or vertically to the Z80-MBC2.


With the uTerm the Z80-MBC2 becomes an "autonomous" computer:





uTerm + Z80-MBC2 playing Ladder:



uTerm + Z80-MBC2 playing Catchum:



All the details, including the custom 3D printed angled brackets .STL files, are here: https://hackaday.io/project/165325



May 14,2019
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