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A Disappointing Christmas for Amiga products?
Posted on 15-Dec-2021 20:48:11
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Considering the number of new products in the pipeline e.g. A500 Mini, Metro Siege, the A1222 Plus and Apollo Icedrake accelerator to name a few, there are relatively few new products available for an Amigan's Christmas stocking! I was able to snag a new Amiga Gaming Calendar having missed out last year and it looks like they're still available:

Amiga Gaming Calendar 2022

I was considering a laser upgrade kit for my Escom A1200 mouse but other than that you can't even get a boxed version of Worthy if you missed out the first time! Whatever A-EON says I can't see that you can buy an X5000 today even if you wanted to!

Sad times? Roll on 2022!

Last edited by BigD on 15-Dec-2021 at 08:49 PM.

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Posted on 15-Dec-2021 20:52:57
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@BigD

Thats cool, but its shame it does not promote new games from 2020/2021.

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@BigD

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Whatever A-EON says I can't see that you can buy an X5000 today even if you wanted to!

I remember someone has recently bought one from Amedia Computer France; may be worth asking them.

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Re: A Disappointing Christmas for Amiga products?
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@Trixie

Ok, they seem to have a supply of mobos and they put them in a different RGB type tower case. I kinda prefer the official case but at least the machine is still available.

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@Thread

Another 2022 game!

Amiga Game - Creeping Me Out: Hex Night

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Posted on 15-Dec-2021 22:33:02
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Although yes some of the bigger projects has missed this year, I still feel it been a pretty good year and lots of new products are out there,

we seen the rise in Pistorm, Amiga magazines (amiga addict / zzap amiga), big improvements in emulation scene, checkmate cases, kickstarter books, AmigaOS3.2 etc not a bad year really

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@BigD

Relec and GGS Data both appear to have X5000 boards and systems in stock too.

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David's Books would make a nice stocking filler

https://davidpleasance.com/?fbclid=IwAR1xkQMRyHlhNy0mOdHRrQU_46jl0NWZOtE5htBGxFnv8MHdZgcDNcpTnCc

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Posted on 15-Dec-2021 23:34:03
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@Trixie

I ordered an X5000 from Amedia in November, they seem to go in and out of stock, so it seems to be a case of getting your timing right.

Im still waiting for mine to arrive, seems to be delayed at Stanstead, probably waiting for customs clearance

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@thread

Hopefully the following will explain in a bit more detail the current situation concerning the X5000 systems being mentioned on various Amiga websites in the past week:

German

English

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Posted on 25-Mar-2022 15:35:52
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@number6

Wow! Just wow!

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@number6

Quote:

number6 wrote:
@thread

Hopefully the following will explain in a bit more detail the current situation concerning the X5000 systems being mentioned on various Amiga websites in the past week:

German

English

#6


Pleasance is going to need a third volume.

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@Bodie

hello old friend.

Perhaps this will just be 1st book out of the gate as well.

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Posted on 27-Mar-2022 17:05:30
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@BigD

At first I thought you were planning Chrismas early this year. Then I looked at the date. Hey aren't things still the same now!?

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