|[News] Merlancia announce a series of computers||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 20-Oct-2000 09:09 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselä||33 comments|
On this page, Merlancia Systems Engineering Labs (who seem to be affiliated with the Amiga dealer of the same name) announce the Torro series of multimedia computers, all running the new Amiga DE. They include desktops, handhelds, set-top-boxes and whatnot and run on Motorola processors (PPC and Coldfire) and Merlancia's own CPU (?). Make of it what you wish...
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|Posted by szutoman on 19-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT|
|First I would like to say that Ryan from Merlancia is a real neat guy. I interviewed him at AmiWest 2000 and he was talking to Bill MC about System Designs and that he was interested in sell a line of new AmigaDE computers. What was said at the meeting is anyone’s guess. THIS GUY HAD TONS OF STUFF AT AmiWest and did a bang up job there. Merlancia Inc IS FOR REAL…this is not a joke…|
You guys really need to lighten up; Don’t kill the bird before it has a chance to fly!!!
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