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      /  A1222 Plus: Is 2 years a reasonable amount of time for delivery?
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Poll : Is 2 years a reasonable amount of time for delivery?
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Re: A1222 Plus: Is 2 years a reasonable amount of time for delivery?
Posted on 10-Jun-2022 16:27:08
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From: Greater Los Angeles Area

@Neuf

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it will ship withOS4.1FE update 2.


I really wish that people in the business would stop labeling the various OS releases as Final Edition / Complete Version / Ultimate or the like.

And this applies not only to Amiga OS.

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