The ZZ9000 is a Zorro expansion card for the Amiga and the official successor to the legendary VA2000 graphics cards. However, it can do significantly more than just graphics. Based on the Xilinx ZYNQ XC7Z020 chip, it not only has a powerful 7-series FPGA, but also 2 ARM Cortex-A9 cores and DDR3 memory. These components make it a multifunctional card: it offers the functionalities of a flickerfixer/scandoubler, a coprocessor to relieve certain computing operations (for e.g. decoding JPG, MP3 etc.), a gfx expansion of 1 GB DDR3-Ram, a network card and USB interfaces.
RTG: Up to 1920x1080 FHD screen resolution at 8bit 256-colors "Chunky", 16bit or 32bit color depths. (1920x1080 at 16 bit, all other resolutions up to 32 bit).
Enhanced VA2000CX Amiga native video passthrough functionality with AGA support (scandoubler with interlace flicker-fixer)
Dual 666MHz ARM Cortex A9 coprocessors to offload computing tasks like JPEG, MP3 decoding and graphics acceleration
1GB DDR3 RAM
Ethernet interface: Get your Amiga online
USB port supports USB mass storage devices. The driver allows you to access USB sticks from workbench.
SD Card interface (for firmware updates, not usable from AmigaOS)
For Amiga 500, 2000, 3000 and 4000(T) (Zorro 2 and 3 compatible)