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Events   Events : Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
   posted by shoe on 24-Mar-2004 14:27:23 (3655 reads)
Individual Computers, the company behind many of the essential hardware expansions for our Amiga has decided to attend AmiGBG to show us their latest creations.



With products like the Catweasel, Delfina and X-Surf in the past, they have a grand reputation for quality and customer support. Who knows? You might get to see a beta of a product they´re currently developing ...

Please visit the AmiGBG 2004 website for more information.
See you there!
    

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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 14:33:09
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What could it be ... What could it be ...

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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 14:45:08
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Shark PPC? (Is it them that's doing it?)


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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 15:08:42
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SharkPPC was Elbox product...
But it might be the CommodoreOne the Kickflash or perhaps the Gemini Copybit killer ?
For Individual Computers Products look here


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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 15:33:11
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Maybe it's Kickflash OS4, a new PPC Board for the A4000/1200, a PCI card with a AGA chipset emulation?........


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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
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I think it's the improved C-One with the new JRISC processor. Go Jeri!

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great

Pity no one like Individual Computers could turn up for the Benelux show last year though


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The Show is going to be bigger and bigger!


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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
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PAB_ Date: 24-Mar-2004 10:08:42

Thanks for the link! I lost it some time ago. I'm using the Catweasel. Joystick works fine, but the R&L Amiga keys are not working with the A2000 keyboard. I haven't found a usable SID chip yet. The cwfloppy doesn't work.

Did you read about the - PCE Post-code display? I might get one those. A nice diagnostic tool were video doesn't work!

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Re: Individual Computers @ AmiGBG 2004!
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I wouldn't bother if it is for a new machine as most if not all new PC boards have the diagnostic lights built in.

Anyway, whatever it is, I hope it works in original Amigas...

 
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Oh my, what if it isn't for classic Amigas? OR pci/modern machines? What then?! ;)


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Very interesting.
I have finally bought tickets for the show, aswell as for the train, so me and a friend will be there for sure. Awsome stuff. See you all there.


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Nice to hear! See you there!

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p.s. as I might have mentioned before, we have reserved a part of the restaurant for the evening for crew/exhibitors. But the restaurant have about 300 seats so everyone is welcome!

So make sure you don't have any plans for the evening coz that's when the real fun starts


/shoe - AmiGBG 2004

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