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Was curious about 68k today. Found this compact flash computer thing that is not 68k exactly but is very similar:


As far as I know, Freescale/NXP still makes "real" 68K chips in the form of MC68SEC000 (3.3v-capable static CMOS version). Those will probably be discontinued within the next few years since they've been "not recommended for new designs" for a while. The full-fat 68HC000 (with vectored interrupts and 6800 bus compatibility, needed for compatibility with a few older systems) was discontinued in 2012 because Freescale shut down the only fab that still made it.

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