Individual Computers

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Individual Computers is a German computer hardware company specializing in retrocomputing accessories for the Commodore 64, Amiga, and PC platforms. Individual Computers produced the C-One reconfigurable computer in 2003. The company is owned and run by Jens Schönfeld.


  • Catweasel – Universal format floppy disk drive controller card
  • Retro Replay – Improved version of the C64 Action Replay cartridge
  • Clone-A – Amiga in FPGA website (coming soon?)
  • MMC64 – MMC and SD Card reader cartridge
  • MMC Replay – MMC64 and Retro Replay combined in one cartridge, with some improvements
  • Micromys – An adapter that allows connecting PS/2 compatible mice (including wheel-support) to C64 and Amiga joystick-ports (and all other computers that share the same pin-configuration).
  • Amiga clock port compatible addons for MMC64, Retro Replay and MMC Replay:
    • RR-Net: A C64-compatible Network-Interface. Comes in 2 shapes, the old long RR-Net fits Retro Replay and MMC64 (though partly blocking the latter's passthrough expansionport), the new L-shaped RR-Net2 fits MMC64 and MMC Replay and was built with MMC Replay in mind.
    • Silver Surfer: Highspeed RS232 Interface for Amiga 1200[1] and 600 (with adapter[2]). Fits onto Retro Replay, MMC64/Replay compatibility unknown.
    • mp3@c64: hardware mp3 decoding from SD card. Made for MMC64, Retro Replay and MMC Replay compatibility unknown.
  • Keyrah – An interface that allows the connection of Commodore keyboards to USB-capable computers[3]
  • C-One – reconfigurable computer
  • X-Surf – network card[4]
  • C64 Reloaded - A 1:1 rebuilt C64 motherboard with less power consumption
  • Indivision – Flicker fixer for Amiga computers[5]
  • ACA boards - CPU expansion cards for Amiga computers[6]


  1. ^ Goodwin, Simon (December 1999). "Silver Surfer". Amiga Format. No. 130. Future Publishing. p. 51. ISSN 0957-4867.
  2. ^ Goodwin, Simon (May 2000). "SilverSurfer 600". Amiga Format. No. 136. Future Publishing. p. 42. ISSN 0957-4867.
  3. ^ Schrnitz, Ingo (March 2007). "Keyrah". Amiga Future (in German). No. 65. APC&TCP. p. 38.
  4. ^ Stroud, David (May 2000). "Surf´s Up!". Amiga Active. No. 8. Pinprint Publishing. pp. 32–33. ISSN 1467-3533.
  5. ^ Knapp, Henning W. (November 2008). "Indivision AGA". Amiga Future (in German). No. 75. APC&TCP. pp. 38–39.
  6. ^ Wahnem, Sascha van; Mulder, Richard (January 2013). "New Turbo boards for Amiga 600 and 1200". Amiga Future. No. 100. APC&TCP. p. 30.

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