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Posted on 17-Sep-2002 12:31 GMT by Wojtek Kozlowski29 comments
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Photos from the ELBOX presentation at O.A.S.E. 2002 in Graz are placed in NEWS | Tradeshows & Events | O.A.S.E. 2002.
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Elbox photos from O.A.S.E. 2002 : Comment 17 of 29ANN.lu
Posted by Peter Gordon on 17-Sep-2002 13:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Mikey C):
Also:
"My point is, why spend money on Mediator products, "IF" it won`t be upgradable to PPC?"
OS4 runs on Cyberstorm PPC cards. It is ALREADY upgradable to PPC.
Also, you claim "68k is dead", and "OS3.9 is dead". Thats laughable. The Amiga generally, including OS4, is and will be dead, relatively speaking. A microdot on a microdot on the sphere of computing.
Its a hobby machine. I still use my A4000, my A500 and even my C64.
Even if I never got a PPC, i'd still quite like to have the option to use USB stuff with my Amiga.
So you're not spending another penny on your Amiga until OS4/AmigaONE? Well, good for you, but that doesn't make me mad for supporting Amiga hardware providers with solutions they are offering NOW.
Don't tell me how to spend MY money!
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