I was thumbing through an old mag from 1988 when I spotted this :
"I have just found out that a third C64 emulator is nearly finished, it will be shown around the major hardware companies soon. Called "Card128!" this item is aimed fairly & squarely at Amiga 500 owners who have no memory expansion whatsoever - it plugs under the machine (where an addition memory card is normally installed).
Sporting a Z80 & 6512 CPU, this machine emulates a C64 and C128 with "as near as dammit" software compatibility. There is a port for the 1512 disk drive, the drive controller software is reportedly inside the Amiga.
Naturally this is pure gossip, but rumour has it that Card128! works like MS-DOS on the Amiga 2000, ie it has a window on th Workbench that can act as a task under Intuition! If this is the case, then transferring files from one machine to another should be a cinch".
1) was this ever released ?
2) What's a 1512 ?
3) A 6512 was a 6502 with an external clock - surely this couldn't emulate the 8502 as it was only a 1MHz chip ?