First post, by Hamby
Putting this in hardware because... it's hardware. And technically, it's old. As RMC points out near the end, the hardware's been out for a long time.
It's an FPGA computer that takes dozens of cores, turning it into everything from a specific arcade machine into a C64, Atari 800, Mac Plus, Amiga, 486 PC (even runs Windows 95), and many others.
Struggling to get a vintage motherboard working so I can run old software on old hardware, this is starting to look good. And having wasted nearly the same cost as this device on dead hardware, it becomes even more tempting to me.