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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : First MicroA1 in Istanbul / Turkiye
   posted by Anonymous on 5-Mar-2004 8:05:26 (1545 reads)
Alan Redhouse has kindly sent us a MicroA1 board for demonstration purposes. Click here for the some photos of MicroA1 . More information about the demonstrations will follow soon. Thanks to Alan Redhouse and Eyetech.
    

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Bodie_CI5 
Re: First MicroA1 in Istanbul / Turkiye
Posted on 6-Mar-2004 7:25:38
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Very nice pics, puts things into perspective when put on top of that A4 sized magazine... BTW where is Turkamigaman?


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Re: First MicroA1 in Istanbul / Turkiye
Posted on 6-Mar-2004 14:36:18
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Hmm, seems thats a new CPU card. Notice how it now fits neatly within the footprint of the motherboard?

Or is that ancient news and I'm not paying attention (again)?


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First it was cover-mounted floppy disks, then it was cover-mounted compact disks, now finally, here is an Amiga magazine with cover-mounted motherboards....

Where do I subscribe?


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If they could figure out how to cover-mount a whole computer, monitor, mouse and keyboard, they'd really have something!


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