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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 16-Apr-2017 22:06:09
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Please inform the day we can go to a supermarket like in the A500 times and buy the actual stuff.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 16-Apr-2017 22:08:29
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@ne_one

ok. His reference could be related to this:

DiscreetFX submits proposal to acquire Amiga Inc. in the next 12 months

Proof of DiscreetFX deliverying Express Mail valuation request to AI

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 16-Apr-2017 22:31:45
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@number6

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...after CommodoreUSA DID license the trademark


That's the last known use of it for PCs.
Hard to believe that there are such hard feelings that an offer for something running AmigaOS would be turned down flat.
After all, A-eon took the spec for the higher end system spec quoted by Ack System, improved on it, and made it REAL.
And they continue to produce hardware.

If Bill really wants a legacy as anything but a total pathological loser....

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 16-Apr-2017 22:39:01
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@iggy

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If Bill really wants a legacy as anything but a total pathological loser.


I've been told not to confuse William Wallace with Bill, his son, and I have no clue how Bill sees this.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 16-Apr-2017 22:49:30
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@number6

Well, that was just obscure enough to fly over my head.

OK, if who the fluck ever runs AInc doesn't want to be ....

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 17-Apr-2017 1:51:43
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Anyone remember the IContain episode?

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
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Anyone remember the IContain episode?


I used to think everyone was aware of every episode Rob, but as time passes I realize there are fewer and fewer "old timers" with the memories.

Yes. IContain was a classic.

It was, according to the understanding of CUSA, a multiple exclusive licensing debacle, that prompted Barry (CUSA) to have the new contract with his company and Amiga Inc. negotiated.

Poor Tod Kleperis (IContain) never knew what he had gotten himself into.

After the license to Tod was rescinded you will recall that many of the "products" ended up on Alibaba.

IContain announces Amiga branded http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=1TVs, cell phones and computers

And one of several followups:

IContain Amiga product reviews

lol?

http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=1
http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=2
http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=4
http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=6
http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=7
http://www.amiga.com/shop/?prod_id=9
etc.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 17-Apr-2017 22:27:44
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1,3 megapixels camera.. Was nice 20 years ago or so in Nokialand. (The old 5mpix works good)



Really would love an Amiga laptop. Only Amiga makes it possible?

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
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number6 wrote:
@Rob

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Anyone remember the IContain episode?


I used to think everyone was aware of every episode Rob, but as time passes I realize there are fewer and fewer "old timers" with the memories....



oh we remember alright 6 but most of us choose to conveniently forget eh

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 18-Apr-2017 16:20:18
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@number6

My sense is that the valuation likely came out following the era of litigation but Trevor will need to speak to that - perhaps over a beverage.

At this point I suppose it's merely a punchline.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 22-Apr-2017 17:22:38
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@thread

Perhaps interesting discussion to some, spawned by their discussion of P96:

Here

Critical components to open source

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 22-Apr-2017 17:32:03
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@number6

OMG, I can't believe those links still work.
Gee, do you think they'd ship that laptop?

Quote:
Poor Tod Kleperis...


Seriously?
I had a lot more sympathy for Barry, having talked to him.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 22-Apr-2017 22:42:23
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@iggy

re: my post

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I've been told not to confuse William Wallace with Bill, his son, and I have no clue how Bill sees this.


Quote:
Well, that was just obscure enough to fly over my head.


It's a reference to this:

http://imgur.com/ciyln

Source

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 22-Apr-2017 23:29:45
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@number6

Point taken, we haven't really heard from the man in awhile.
Just the occasional legal action or bad business deal.

Sometimes, when I'm feeling particularly stupid, I feel kind of sorry for the guy.
Then I quickly get over it.

Now that I think of it, the last time I tried to contact Amiga Inc, I got no reply.
Maybe there is no man behind the curtain.

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Re: Picasso96 sold to Hyperion & Individual Computers
Posted on 25-Apr-2017 22:05:21
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@number6

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Given the information from Jens about bringing Hyperion into this purchase, I was wondering if anyone has seen any announcement from Hyperion in that regard. Just curious.


It seems Jens answered this question concerning lack of a press release from Hyperion:

Quote:
The background for me having the final word on this is that legally, I am currently the sole owner of P96, as contracts (Yes, a total of three) with Hyperion are currently in the process of being signed (meaning: Paper is on it's way in the mail, already signed by me).


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