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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 17:57:56
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@everyone

What a day!

A battle of wills and emails! At the rate of one every 4 minutes!

We have reached a compromise, the plain case is scrapped as the difference between the two was minimal, a lot less than the expected 8 (10 Euros).

So everyone who has ordered a Minimig enclosure should get the name/logo included in the price. For those of you, not very many, who asked for the Minimig enclosure WITHOUT the name/logo, I'll include it in the box with the enclosure and you can then decide what to do with it.

I was pushing for an affordable price, to make it happen, the sales manager was going for a more realistic and completely different price (to recover costs etc.), we met in the middle.

Some of you will be pleasantly surprised (even amazed or just think I am stupid! )others not so but it undercuts any mini-nano itx by a big chunk! I am glad. I prefer seeing it happen than not.

Also all I want is to sell my creation, make the community happy with something new and fuel future projects.

We haven't reached the magic number yet (50) to go into production but many thanks to everyone who has registered their interest, very much appreciated and it really makes me want to carry on with this and future projects.

A bit of statistics:

The majority of orders are from Norway, Sweden and Denmark (you really love your Minimigs there!) I have an order from one of you for 4 enclosures!
followed by the U.K., South America, Italy, Germany, Austria and then Canada and the U.S.A.

I found it really interesting.

Final price later tonight,

Many thanks again,



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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 20:17:49
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@TheDaddy

First of all I can't even believe my own eyes, the case looks professional.

I think you should marked a fully built Minimig on OSNews, SorceForge, Register etc.

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Tomppeli 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 20:52:37
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@TheDaddy

You have made a great good looking case ! Congratulations !


Last edited by Tomppeli on 18-Jul-2008 at 08:53 PM.

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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 22:02:45
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@NutsAboutAmiga

>>First of all I can't even believe my own eyes, the case looks professional.

I think you should marked a fully built Minimig on OSNews, SorceForge, Register etc.

First thank you very much!

Great idea..

But I haven't got much time, could someone post the news to those sites for me please and/or wiki, I have really got little time with all the pricing up, orders to sort out, the factory, the emails from all over the world to answer...but it's fun!

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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 22:06:02
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@Tomppeli

>>You have made a great good looking case ! Congratulations !

Thanks Tomppeli!

I am very happy that people like it, six months of hard work, lots of money invested, the video on its own took me all day but that is also down to Windows crashing a million times!

The music in the video...I love that piece (L'estate di Vivaldi - Summer by Vivaldi) so powerful!

Thank you again,

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 18-Jul-2008 22:41:32
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@TheDaddy

Maybe you can sell it at http://www.thinkgeek.com/

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Yo 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 21-Jul-2008 7:23:27
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I just thought I would link this news item to this thread since this thread has had a lot of activity. The news item lists the price, contact info, payment instructions and specifications for the Minimig case being produced by Loriano.

Kind regards, Yo

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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 21-Jul-2008 9:53:59
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@Yo

Thank you Yo,

Anyone who has a Minimig or thinking of getting one please put an order in, let's make this happen!


Thank you,

Loriano

Last edited by TheDaddy on 21-Jul-2008 at 09:57 AM.

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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 21-Jul-2008 12:05:12
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I have updated the page a bit:

www.loriano.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk

Thank you,



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Hans 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 23-Jul-2008 19:13:21
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@TheDaddy

I just had another look, and you didn't include photos of the inside of the case. I know that the exterior look is most important, but I'm sure that people would like a peek inside to see how the board fits.

Hans

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TheDaddy 
Re: Minimig Case
Posted on 24-Jul-2008 19:17:04
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@Hans

I have only managed to take two more shots of the rear with the cables connected.

http://www.loriano.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/rear_fully_loaded.htm

Thank you,

Last edited by TheDaddy on 24-Jul-2008 at 07:18 PM.

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