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Events   Events : AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
   posted by m3x on 3-May-2004 19:14:29 (2949 reads)
Webbit 2004 - Padova (Italy) 6-7-8 of May, 2004

Virtual Works, Soft3, Alternative-Technologies and Bitplane will be present at the 3-days event held in Padova, Italy. The Webbit is one of the biggest and most important IT events in Italy.

This year we doubled our space so we will be able to greet more visitors and to supply more machines to try out AmigaOS4 Dev Pre-release.


The highlight of the event will be OS4 running natively on MicroA1 together with our special guest star Alan Redhouse who kindly agreed to be with us all three days.

Other products that you will be able to see, touch and try: AmigaOne G4-933, mini-itx products, Linux/Linspire, ZetaOS (BeOS) and AmigaForever 6, the well known Amiga emulator capable of running on top of Windows, MacOS and Linux.

Bitplane will be present with its latest issue featuring a preview of the upcoming AmigaOS 4 Dev Pre-release.

We are looking forward to meet you at stand, don't miss this opportunity!

Virtual Works

Bitplane

S o f t 3

Alternative Tecnology

Webbit 2004 PADOVA
    

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CD32freak 
Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
Posted on 3-May-2004 19:23:21
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I've got a feeling that May is going to be a busy month for Eyetech and Hyperion

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Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
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I wonder if we will hear a price for the MicroA1 ?

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Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
Posted on 4-May-2004 7:17:27
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I really would like to be there...
Good luck guys


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Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
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Poster: Warrent Date: 4-May-2004 14:06:58

I wonder if we will hear a price for the MicroA1 ?


At the moment it's zero but the "developer pre-release" uA1 has a price here, although it isn't indicative of the final price ...

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rigo 
Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
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t the moment it's zero but the "developer pre-release" uA1 has a price here, although it isn't indicative of the final price ...


Not indicative at all. The current batch of MKII uA1`s were made in a very small batch of 50. This has had the effect of hiking the price right up. The boards destined for end users will be a more realistic price due to the fact that the production run will be subsequently larger, and that volume will lower the price.

The uA1 is a nice board tho` :)


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Re: AmigaOS4/MicroA1 and Alan Redhouse at Webbit 2004
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It's a very nice board. I've gone right off the XE and the ATX format.

Only problem is finding a good quality mini-ITX format case that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
I'm working on this...

 
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