|In reply to Comment 80 (Anonymous):|
"The point was that I did have enough money to buy a computer like that which was light years behind MicroA1. You can do so much more with MicroA1."
Can you? It seems to me that you can do less. Of course, it is (or will be) faster and accepts more RAM, both of which are important.
But you can't genlock it, it doesn't accept simple switches on the mouse port, it doesn't run several important Amiga programs, there is no video editing software. I would say it is three steps forward and two back.
Some of the missing features will be provided by the new Catweasel, and others by future software improvements (I hope). As of now, the price of about half that of an A3000 or A4000 seems about right.