This site should be something like INDEX
to most of the important items for Colour Maximite 2 computer
(programs, documents, add-ons...).
The link is pointing to the home page of CMM2's father
, Geoff Graham, where you can find all the details,
so now just short introduction of this computer:
The Colour Maximite 2 is a small self contained computer inspired by the home computers of the early 80's such as the Tandy TRS-80, Commodore 64 and Apple II. It uses a USB keyboard and outputs to a standard VGA monitor. Programs are saved on a full size SD card and it boots straight into its own sophisticated BASIC interpreter with a full screen program editor.
The Colour Maximite 2 is designed to be simple to use, easy to program and provide endless hours of fun.
While the concept of the Colour Maximite 2 is borrowed from the computers of the 80's the technology used is very much up to date. Its CPU is an ARM Cortex-M7 32-bit RISC processor running at 480MHz and it generates a VGA output at resolutions up to 1280x720 pixels with up to 65,536 colours.
If you are enjoying this site, take a look also to the The Back Shed forum
, there you will find answers to everything about CMM2.
Many informations useful for CMM2 users can be found also on Fruit Of The Shed