Subject: Re: A name for the NetBSD port to the Psion Series 5 mx
To: John Fremlin <email@example.com>
From: Richard Earnshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/02/2001 16:58:27
> Aaargh. You don't happen to be refering to the Cirrus Logic macrocell
> of the Psion Series *5*?
> The 5mx is an ARM 710 T. I don't know anything about the Revo or
> 5mxPro etc. The Series 7 is based on a SA core, but it has the same
> serial port interface as the 5mx (which is accessed through direct
> "memory" IO with IRQ notification AFAICS).
The Series 5 was based on the Cirrus logic 7110 (IIRC). This contains an
arm710 core (no 'T').
The series 5mx was based on a custom chip designed for Psion and based on
the arm710t core.
I'm not certain, but I think the Revo is based on the same chip as the 5mx.
I think the series 7/netbook are both based on the SA1100 chip