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Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 23-Nov-2020 10:09:20
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https://www.tomshardware.com/news/raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 28-Nov-2020 17:43:01
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I seen this on YouTube
https://youtu.be/vc8aSjZaIfA

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 29-Nov-2020 12:54:32
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@DaveyD

Wow! More than the PI amiga video i Wow to your post on AW since ... well... i don't remember!
Time to have a talk again about Lasagna dishes?

WB DD

Btw, Raspberry PI 400 with Amiga on it is really appealing!




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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 29-Nov-2020 16:10:44
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@DaveyD

Great video; thanks for the link!

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 29-Nov-2020 18:42:30
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I am very tempted to buy this, more than I probably should be! Great to see Amiga support already being improved for it, and I feel its only going to get better.
....must not buy.....dont really need.......but it be fun......maybe....it is christams after all......ahhhhhhhh

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 8-Dec-2020 10:34:20
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Trying to get my Raspberry pi 400, but for all the italian resellers the product is out of stock.



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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
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Trying to get my Raspberry pi 400, but for all the italian resellers the product is out of stock.

I'm holding off to see if a 8GB version is forthcoming. 4GB is a little tight for modern web browsers.

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
Posted on 12-Jan-2021 17:34:34
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@all

Is PiMiga v1.4 only available as a torrent?

Can it be supplied as a ZIP file?

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Re: Spotted on Tom's Hardware: raspberry-pi-400-pimiga-project
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Price seems going up

120 euro now.

While at first was listed as a free shipping article, it's seems that you will pay the shipping at the end.


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