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TrevorDick 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Feb-2010 1:40:14
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@number6

Thanks, I've already requested mine!

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Re: ACube Systems
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@thread

Sam460ex Complete Systems

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Re: ACube Systems
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@number6

Excellent! I guess I know what I'll be doing tonight... photoshopping yet more images to remove the surrounding background... fun!

http://www.amigaos.net/hardware.php?category=0

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Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 10-Mar-2011 12:50:04
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@djrikki

Just reposting the link to the FAQ for this particular forum, since it is unlike all the other forums on AW and we have not been using it lately:

Welcome to the Developer Projects Forum!

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Migzy 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 26-Jun-2018 3:38:37
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updates?

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portarinos 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 26-Jun-2018 14:23:12
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@Migzy

Well, wake up and guess what: it's already 2018! 7 years already since the last post in this thread and 10 years since its very opening. We should all know by now don't you think so? Besides, Tabor is (still) coming (?) so that should also pretty much answer your question

Last edited by portarinos on 26-Jun-2018 at 02:23 PM.

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Yssing 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 26-Jun-2018 23:38:13
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@Migzy

They havent even released their Classic Clone, the Tabor is still unreleased, although some betatasters have i already..
But you know how fast things progress or can progress in amiga land.. :)
Have patience my friend :)

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Rob 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 0:03:58
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@Yssing

With the standalone Vampire looming it is likely they have dropped the Minimig+.

They are involved in the design of the open source PPC laptop. The first phase was funded earlier this month and Acube are due provide the electrical schematics next month.

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wawa 
Re: ACube Systems
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@Rob

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With the standalone Vampire looming it is likely they have dropped the Minimig+.


i think it was pretty clear from the start that it wont ever be released. remember?

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Rob 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 0:24:40
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@wawa

The Dragonball CPU?

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Fairdinkem 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 2:44:02
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@Rob

Wow this is very interesting, I wonder if Acube will provide AmigaOS 4.1 ported to this laptop and I wonder if the MorphOS community will move toward porting to this laptop?

I have been wondering why Acube dropped off the map in terms of the Amiga Community?

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Re: ACube Systems
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@Fairdinkem

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I wonder if Acube will provide AmigaOS 4.1 ported to this laptop

No they won't. ACube has never ported AmigaOS4 to any harware - Hyperion has.

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Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 11:49:51
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@Trixie

Quote:

Trixie wrote:
@Fairdinkem

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I wonder if Acube will provide AmigaOS 4.1 ported to this laptop

No they won't. ACube has never ported AmigaOS4 to any harware - Hyperion has.


Yes I know that Hyperion does the porting but thanks for making it clearer it is of course what I was meaning to convey. I just have understood that ACube nearly always sell there systems with AmigaOS 4.x bundled I just hope this will be the case this time around.

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elwood 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 12:22:32
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@Fairdinkem

So the question is "Do Hyperion want OS4 on this laptop?".
Considering it can bring them several hundreds license, they should be interested to get some income.

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kamelito 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 27-Jun-2018 12:53:25
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@elwood

If you read what Hyperion said it's something like if you've a HW and want to have OS 4.x on it you've to come to them not the other way around.

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Birbo 
Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 24-Jun-2019 7:39:45
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Any news about Acube?

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Re: ACube Systems
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Nothing?

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Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 24-Jul-2019 17:35:43
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@Birbo

Wrong time of year to ask this question, does not Italy close shops in the summertime?

Yes I agree, it be great if they did not stop selling the Sam460, its nice computer that offer the right price / hardware performance to get started with AmigaOS4.1

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Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 25-Jul-2019 13:18:57
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@thread

ACube is apparently still alive, as the open-source PPC notebook team met with them last month, as mentioned in their latest blog post.. I would also note the notebook project seems to be moving along with an actual design point, and a chassis now selected. Starting to think this thing might actually happen. It'd be terrific if AOS4 is still around to be ported by the time it arrives....

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Re: ACube Systems
Posted on 25-Jul-2019 15:02:57
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How long have "File No. 3" been on their frontpage now?

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