The Briel PockeTerm
By James Grahame
Vince Briel designed the PocketTerm as a low cost terminal for vintage microcomputers. It lets you use a spare VGA monitor and PS/2 keyboard for input and output.
Dual serial ports are included for debugging and development - you can transfer data to/from a PC while still attached to the host device. The tiny 4.5" x 2" board uses a Parallax Propeller microcontroller and is VT-100 compatible. The only thing it doesn't include is a case.
The DIY kit is now on sale for $60, or purchase your PockeTerm assembled and tested for $90. Blank PC boards are available for $18, if you happen to have a few spare Propeller chips lying around.