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Poll : AmigaMini will you get one?
Yes
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Maybe
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bison 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 24-Oct-2020 15:32:11
#41 ]
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Joined: 18-Dec-2007
Posts: 1878
From: N-Space

@Rob

Quote:
Just find yourself an A600 with a dead motherboard and get a a Keyrah.

That would be a fun project for someone, but not for me. I'm not interested in a one-off based on a 28-year-old system.

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amigang 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 12:35:04
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Joined: 12-Jan-2005
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@bison

so now we know, are you going to get one?

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bison 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 15:41:29
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@amigang

No, I'm not. The deal killer, for me, is this:

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The keyboard is just for show and will not be functional...

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LarsB 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 16:12:20
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@bison Absolutely.

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BigD 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 16:42:53
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From: UK

@Thread

I voted no but a 9-pin CD32 compatible version of the game pad would be awesome! Looks like a nice and clean design. I'm sad there is not functional keyboard. Could a standard USB keyboard be attached?

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BigD 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 17:19:58
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@Thread

...yup, has USB keyboard support!

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bison 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 10-Aug-2021 21:15:34
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@BigD

I'd like it better if the case was similar in design to a 1010 external floppy drive, with the USB connectors in a row where the floppy slot would normally be.

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agami 
Re: AmigaMini
Posted on 11-Aug-2021 3:11:46
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Posts: 629
From: Melbourne, Australia

I voted Yes.

Even though I have multiple machines that can play the titles from the list that I care about :
- Classic AGA machines with Indivision AGA MK2 add-ons or RTG Gfx card
- Classic OCS and AGA machines with Vampire V2 add-ons, and
- Vampire V4 standalone

Even though I've purchased some of these titles on other platforms such PC and PS Vita, or can run them on a range of emulators

I will still buy this retro gaming appliance.
For posterity.


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