|[News] Open letter to all SUBWAY interested people||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 01-Sep-2002 16:37 GMT by Michael Böhmer||3 comments|
Beneath some updates (especially the list of supported USB devices) an open letter to all people interested in the SUBWAY USB clockport card has been released.
If you are interested in the USB clockport card SUBWAY, please take the few minutes and read the
Feel free to contribute your opinion and help us with your contribution to furtheron support the Amiga classic line.
A German version is also available.
|Open letter to all SUBWAY interested people : Comment 1 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by takemehomegrandma on 01-Sep-2002 15:28 GMT|
|Hm, they choose not to take preorders. That is a wise decision I think. As they say, preorders has rightfully earned some bad reputation in the Amiga market. Maybe they should go the clubway?|
Oh well, I wonder how long it will be possible to produce these kind of hack and patch products that try to bring the old classic hardware up to todays standards? I'm not saying that it's a bad product in any way, it seem to me that it will be a smart solution and it is propably high quality as well. But the market must be fading away quite quickly now. As they say themselves, new exciting hardware (Pegasos and A1) is around the corner (the Pegasos is actually available right now, if you can accept beta software and write bug reports).
|Open letter to all SUBWAY interested people : Comment 2 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Jürgen Lange on 01-Sep-2002 16:18 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (takemehomegrandma):|
For someone who likes the AmigaOS it is much better to buy Hardware
and Software available by now than to follow the invisible steps done
by Amiga Inc..
Michael Böhmer is doing a nice job.
|Open letter to all SUBWAY interested people : Comment 3 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by takemehomegrandma on 01-Sep-2002 16:55 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Jürgen Lange):|
> Michael Böhmer is doing a nice job.
|Anonymous, there are 3 items in your selection ||