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Re: Questions for AmiWest 2018 Exhibitors/Presenters
Posted on 10-Oct-2018 15:17:57
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@mr2

One advantage of the Blackbird is that if Hyperion folds, at least one is left with a really nice Linux system. The Tabor, on the other hand, is *not* a really nice Linux system.

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Re: Questions for AmiWest 2018 Exhibitors/Presenters
Posted on 10-Oct-2018 17:22:59
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@mr2

EDIT: The expected price is 1200$ with CPU and RAM.

+ a box 20$
+ psu 20$
+ graphic card 100$
+ A-EON Enchantment pack + divers 100$ x 3 = 300$
(never know if picked the right one, unless download a all packages)
+ Hyperion drivers 100$
+ AmigaOS4.1++ 100$
+ Keyboard + mouse 20$
+ Import export TAX from USA to EU, Mr. Trump trading war 100% tax
+ shipment costs 100$
+ package cost 20$
+ extra sound card berceuse onboard sound driver is not ready 20$
+ extra netowork card berceuse onboard driver is not ready 20$

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Re: Questions for AmiWest 2018 Exhibitors/Presenters
Posted on 10-Oct-2018 22:44:17
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Quote:

NutsAboutAmiga wrote:
EDIT: The expected price is 1200$ with CPU and RAM.

+ a box 20$
+ psu 20$
+ graphic card 100$
+ A-EON Enchantment pack + divers 100$ x 3 = 300$
(never know if picked the right one, unless download a all packages)
+ Hyperion drivers 100$
+ AmigaOS4.1++ 100$
+ Keyboard + mouse 20$
+ Import export TAX from USA to EU, Mr. Trump trading war 100% tax
+ shipment costs 100$
+ package cost 20$
+ extra sound card berceuse onboard sound driver is not ready 20$
+ extra netowork card berceuse onboard driver is not ready 20$


$500 worth of software and only 1 of 16 threads can be used in the low end 4 core POWER9. SMP is on the way though. "Obstacles to an efficient implementation were removed" already in 2011.

https://amigaworld.net//modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=34171&forum=33&start=40#627520

Don't worry, the people@Hyperion will not be "getting rich" from the software, probably because all the profits go into paying down existing debt.

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Re: Questions for AmiWest 2018 Exhibitors/Presenters
Posted on 19-Oct-2018 10:11:22
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@amigakit

Did you address the question as to whether the Prisma Megamix board allows the running of the Rapid Road USB from the onboard clock port in a big box Amiga? It is a simple question and I don't know why it isn't being addressed to be honest!? There is no point me buying them both on the assumption that this will work!

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Re: Questions for AmiWest 2018 Exhibitors/Presenters
Posted on 10-Nov-2018 18:10:37
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@NutsAboutAmiga

1200 for a Tabor system?????

Hope that was a joke...

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Posted on 10-Nov-2018 18:13:16
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@Tuxedo

His post is in response to a post by mr2, previous page of this thread.

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Posted on 10-Nov-2018 18:23:48
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@number6

ok sorry...

BTW...where's Tabor?

Was already a slow system...and every day much slower...

AND however that power9 system with all that "addons" was cheaper than X1000/5000...

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Posted on 10-Nov-2018 18:27:17
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@Tuxedo

I posted today all that I know from public statements:

here

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Posted on 10-Nov-2018 19:40:10
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@number6

well...so no real news released and no shipment date/price...

So sad...

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Posted on 10-Nov-2018 19:48:23
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@Tuxedo

There is a bit more detail from Trevor at AmiWest:

Here

But since Trevor has not yet written his usual yearly AmiWest review on his blog, that's all I have to go on.

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@SimplePPC

Quote:
establish a team to do AmigaOS3.1.4, let them do their thing (fyi i'm involved every step of the way),


Apparently your "involvement" does not include informing the public, a "job" which you have clearly given over to Thomas.
I suggest if this is a Hyperion product, you do some public relations of your own here as regards the update sent to Hyperion almost a week ago.
Please show more respect for the developers.

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