|[News] Sendo device to feature Amiga Anywhere content||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 29-Jul-2002 16:35 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselä||50 comments|
"July 27, 2001 - Snoqualmie, WA (USA), - Birmingham England - Amiga, Inc. and Sendo announced today that Amiga Anywhere and Amiga Anywhere content will be shipped with, and extended content made available for the Sendo multimedia Z100 Smartphone." Read the full press release here.
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|Sendo device to feature Amiga Anywhere content : Comment 50 of 50||ANN.lu|
|Posted by anonymous on 05-Aug-2002 04:07 GMT|
|Oh please... Nice list but in all honesty they'd sell more DE if they wrote an emulator that played the old classic Amiga games on it... These types of games are only any good from a nostalgic viewpoint (similar to Mame). Problem is that they are new and no-one's ever heard of any of em.|
The whole PDA market is a joke... Handheld gaming devices are plain and simply:
b) Designed to be used as gaming devices.
c) Marketable to children (due to price ratios).
DE and the PDA market it is aimed at has none of the above qualities.
PDA's are also shit useless for serious business use... They are good for reading a newspaper on the train, watching tiny clips of porn, listening to a few mp3's and organising your diary... That's all. All of those functions can be done by dedicated devices that are much cheaper than a PDA.
The reason why there's no serious business software for DE is because there is NO serios business applications for PDA's... They're a scam... Bullshit little screen with pox little useless keyboards... So what if it fits in your pocket..
Why anyone thinks there's a market there for any of this shit is beyond me.
Unfortunately the fact that it seems AmigaOS's future is dependant on these crappy devices can only lead to one conclusion... When the rest of the world realises that these crappy devices aren't worth 1/50th of the price they paid they'll all get tossed out... Amiga Inc with them...and bye bye OS4/5.
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