|Dimensions||3200μm x 2400μm|
Toy/2 is a simple 16-bit microcontroller, based on the Toy processor described by Phil Koopman in Byte 1987. The original design has been improved by:
Toy/2 does not have any subroutine calls, a stack or support for interrupts. one other problem is that instructions occupy too much space (i.e. jump instruction requires 4 Bytes).
The cute logos on the drawing do not seem to be on the physical chip.