^ YES IT DOES!
The Phoenix allows my ProgSkeet v1.2 to read and PROGRAM
NOR chips removed from a PS3 and soldered directly on to the Phoenix PCB, all powered from the USB
I tested using a Spansion S29GL128P90TFIR2.
One small error on the PCB though: Pin29 (Vio) needs lifting and connecting to 3V3 as does Pin52 (/BYTE). Based my design of the NOR part of the PCB on a Samsung K8Q2815UQB - the pins on this NOR are n/c !
^ This will of course NOT effect the on-board programming of (any type) of NOR.
While I'm here, the maximum current taken by this NOR while reading / programming was just 50mA. Total taken by the Phoenix PCB, the ProgSkeet v1.2 mounted on it and the NOR chip was never more than 100mA, hence as far as I can see low enough to run from the supply provided by the USB port.