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sg2 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 13:05:12
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@TrevorDick

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by TrevorDick on 17-Apr-2010 22:16:49

@sg2

Kudos to the smart guy who noticed the os4 install screenshot could be os4 running on x1000, it is indeed.

Yes, although we had some complaints that the AmigaOS4 install picture on the website is very unprofessional. I suppose we could have "faked" a nice clean screen shot of AmigaOS4.1 Update installing on a A1-X1000 but we made do with the actual photograph taken by the OS4 developers of the A1-X1000 installation screen


Maybe you did not make the connection ; I kind of know the story

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Anyway, for us at least, this is an historic picture of AmigaOS4 running on a 64-bit Power CPU.


That can be said indeed !

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 18:15:54
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@gerograph

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What tells us, that it is Amiga OS install running on A1-X1000 ? I cannot see any proof...

The proof is the picture is just so bad. It would have been easy enough (and pointless) to post a nice clean fake, but the (bad) photo of the actual install screen running on the A1-X1000 should be proof enough.

As for the website, it been said a few times that this is meant as a temporary site to provide info while we concentrate on the producing the A1-X1000 hardware. Hopefully, its AmigaOS look & feel provide a little more fun than most other traditional websites? Personally, I like it. However there is a fallback website for older browsers, which is more traditional can also be accessed if preferred.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 18:18:56
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@sg2

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Maybe you did not make the connection

I made the connection

I was just amplifying your point as I had seen some criticism of the poor quality of the Install screen photo and I don't think the posters quite realized the significance of the "poor" photo.

Trevor

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 18:49:57
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btw. the font of X is funny, especially the twisted/broken leg ...

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 19:21:16
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@TrevorDick

Hi Trevor,

I could be interested to your AmigaOne, BUT sure I want three (3 or more) ages of warranty with this hardware AX1000, if not sure I'll not buy it...
An "AmigaCare" included in the itself hardware is very important beacause probably We need much time before this AX1000 could be FULL supported in the OS4.x.

What do you think about this ???


thanks
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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 19:59:01
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@divina

3 ages?
That's a loooong warranty.. A-eon will certainly not (I would guess) give such
a long warranty. Maybe an eon though?

My guess is the standard 1 year. Why would you require 3 years, which is way
more than any other hardware producer gives?

Here in Sweden we have up to 3 years consumer protection anyway, kind of like
warranty but not quite. If something breaks which should not, consumers are
protected.

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Tomas 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 20:12:44
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@Samwel

Quote:

Samwel wrote:
@divina

3 ages?
That's a loooong warranty.. A-eon will certainly not (I would guess) give such
a long warranty. Maybe an eon though?

My guess is the standard 1 year. Why would you require 3 years, which is way
more than any other hardware producer gives?

Here in Sweden we have up to 3 years consumer protection anyway, kind of like
warranty but not quite. If something breaks which should not, consumers are
protected.

I believe standard is 3 years here in norway. And anyone who wants to market/sell a product within norway would have follow that standard or they would be breaking the law.

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divina 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
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@Samwel

yes 3 ages sure ... many brands hardware (es. HP, IBM ...etc...) give 3 ages of warranty for "high hardware" and the hardware is supported very well in OS.
Other, for exemple Apple, 3 ages with a simple AppleCare pack...

With AX1000 It's important to have more then 1 age of warranty because sure for many time you could not use dual-core with AmigaOS4.x, and probably you need to wait time for a good 2D and 3D with PCIe (not PCI) graphic card ... so Do you want to wait "ages" to make betatester of AX1000 without 3 ages of warranty ??? Sure I not ... if It has 3 ages or more of warranty OK I can think to buy it but with only 1 age sure NOT...

I wait the answare of Mr. Trevor Dick about this important question (thanks for the answare Trevor).

thanks
regards

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Mechanic 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 21:44:14
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@Samwel

Quote:

Samwel wrote:
Here in Sweden we have up to 3 years consumer protection anyway,


@Tomas
Quote:
I believe standard is 3 years here in norway.


Hm, just wondering Does this have an effect on the cost

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Tomas 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 18-Apr-2010 22:07:05
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@Mechanic
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Hm, just wondering Does this have an effect on the cost

I am not 100% sure, but i personally think it would indeed affect the costs a bit.
It also hurts computer/electronic stores if the manufactor refuses to abide norwegian laws, as it is then the store that has to shell out for repairs/replacement product.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 5:26:37
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as it seems that x1000 is using server grade parts, 3 year warranty might not be out of reach. IMHO.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 8:40:08
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Warranty shouldn't be an issue on the purchase of an A1X1K. Most businesses fail the first year. The odds that A-Eon will be around in 3 are pretty remote even if their product is great and has no major issues. The majority of support will probably come from fellow users on this website and others anyway.

If there is some kind of hardware flaw that crops up, A-Eon is going to do what any small company that's only standing on one leg would do after making a big gamble on the first production, slam the doors shut and fold to cut loses.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 8:40:46
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@thread and especially the A-EON Technology Website Designer(s)

OK, NOW that it has been pointed out to me what it *could* be, heavens, possibly the slide out, erm, 'header bit' could be another shape? Because you don't want people to mock your web design, do you? You've obviously put a lot of work into it, so, this just goes to show that a rethink might be in order, if your target audience perceives it that way, yes? This 'teaser site' site LOOKS neat and clean, and the navigation is simple and straightforward , so possibly consider a different approach to avoid the references to, um, what has been referred to? Unless that was the original intent, because in that case, it's worked.

Also this: a religious icon painting which just goes to show that there a lot of men (and women, supposedly) still thinking like little boys drawing knobs on pencil cases...

AND... a quick joke. Question: How many actors does it take to change a light bulb?

Answer: 101. One to actually change it and the other one hundred to stand around and say, "Oh! I could have done that much better!" "Did you see the horrid way he approached the subject! Shocking!" "We did it much differently at The Old Vic" "Huh! Where's his motivation?" "Amateur... just amateur"

Now, replace "actors" with "Web Designers"....

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 8:50:31
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@koft

Superb pessimistic view, again.
It's not an miracle nowdays if Amiga HW company is alive after three years.

There are such examples, like ACube, Genesi/bplan, Elbox, etc...

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 9:12:07
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@divina

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I could be interested to your AmigaOne, BUT sure I want three (3 or more) ages of warranty



Bah. That's just longer to wait before you can get in there with a soldering iron.

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koft 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 9:15:38
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@KimmoK

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Superb pessimistic view, again.
It's not an miracle nowdays if Amiga HW company is alive after three years.

There are such examples, like ACube, Genesi/bplan, Elbox, etc...


It's not a pessimistic view, it's a realistic one. Acube and Genesi sell products and services in other markets. Not sure about Elbox, would it show any signs of life if I gave it a kick?

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 9:47:53
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@koft

Your statements really help a lot to save our platform....thank you, thank you, thank you koft....you're a big man! - I'm so glad you are around to help make things look much brighter for the Amiga community. You should apply for a job in one of the companies who's trying to bring back the Amiga name....I'm sure they would be delighted to hear from you, and all your positive vibes!

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 10:37:02
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@BillE
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Bah. That's just longer to wait before you can get in there with a soldering iron.

LOL, yes I'll miss taking my soldering iron to an Amiga, it just won't be the same somehow!

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 15:52:10
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@Hondo
Actually I don't know "why" he is still around...

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 19-Apr-2010 16:12:23
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@Tomas

Its 5 years in Norway

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