I'm wondering if it is possible to buy an sort of device currently in production that uses a z80 compatible CPU - not an FPGA.
I don't want to build a kit or use a soldering iron. I'm also looking for something that is commercially produced rather than a hobby device designed and sold by hobbyists to other hobbyists.
When I say reasonable cost well I guess in the domain of $50 to $80 since the chips cost around $18.
I've searched fairly extensively and there's not much it would seem. The more peripherals the better and bonus points if it had some sort if display output and GPIO.
Ideally something that uses a "modern" Z80 variant such as the eZ80 which runs at 50Mhz.
Anyone seen anything along these lines? I've seen the Ti 84 calculators but it appears the operating frequency of these are severely constrained which means I wouldn't be able to run it near the eZ80 50Mhz maximum clock speed.