1088XEL: All of the old Atari in a modern package!
The 1088XEL by MyTekControls is NOT an emulated Atari, it contains original Atari LSI Chips (Sally, Antic, GTIA, Pokey, PIA) but with all modern connections like PS/2 keyboards, DVI/HDMI capability, Compact Flash Hard drives!? Yet, you still maintain access to ALL original Atari Disk Drives, printers and devices.? All of your cartridges will work!? Tape Drive?? Sure!
The 1088XEL is a completely redesigned Atari 8-bit computer.
To quote myTekControls, the creator, it is a complete ground up redesign of the Atari 8-Bit Computer Motherboard still utilizing the standard Atari VLSI chips, but recreated in a Mini-ITX Form Factor (17 cm x 17 cm). The idea behind this project was to take several devices I had been working on (i.e., TK-II, MouseTari, and VGATE), along with the U1MB and UAV upgrades by Lotharek and AtariAge member Bryan, and integrate them into a cohesive package that would fit a plethora of readily available Mini-ITX enclosures.
Standard Equipment (NO CASE): Click for larger picture
Stock Video: Composite & S-Video out
DOS: SpartaDOS X – 4.48
Firmware: FJC’s Latest 1088XEL build
Includes XL OS 1.3
CF Plug in
Atari BASIC rev. C
GOS: FJC’s latest Graphical Operating System Build
Keyboard: PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse (not included)
Legacy SIO: Standard 13 pin Atari NOS connector
RGB: Standard Atari (ST/STe) 13pin DIN connector (Requires Sophia rev. B or VBXE for operation)
Sound: Stereo Pokey 3.5mm audio plug
Power: Provided Power supply ONLY
SIO2PC: microUSB, Requires RespeQt (free download) or Atari Peripheral Emulator
Joysticks: 2 available ports
Standard Case Equipment:
Realan H80 Click for larger picture
Custom Lid with Status indicators: Click for larger picture
Custom Backplane (select one option)
Standard (No Joy, No CF, No DVI) Click for larger picture
Standard with Joysticks Click for larger picture
Solo CF Click for larger picture
Dual CF Backplane Click for larger picture
DVI+Dual CF (add $10) Click for larger picture
DVI+ CF (add $10) Click for larger picture
Mouse Select Panel
Allows you to tell the Atari which joystick port to route the PS/2 mouse to
Cart Tunnel & strain relief
Questions?? Email me!? email@example.com