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Events   Events : Amiga + Retro Computing Show
   posted by _Steve_ on 26-Oct-2002 16:00:08 (1765 reads)
AMIGA + RETRO COMPUTING 2002 takes place on december 7th and 8th, 2002 at the Eurogress Aachen, Germany.

hours:
December 7th, 2002 10:00am to 6:00pm
December 8th, 2002 10:00am to 5:00pm


The main focus of the show will be on Amiga-related products. The biggest highlights will surely be the new mainboards "Amiga One" and "Pegasos". The title "Retro Computing" does not mean that this is a nostalgia meeting or even a fleamarket for old computers. Just the opposite. The exhibitors will show that the technologies of the homecomputers of the 80s are still improved today, and that they're still available as new products in the 21st century.
With AmigaOne and AmigaOS 4 on the one side, and Pegasos with MorphOS on the othe side, the Amiga - multimedia wonderbox of the late 80s - is ready for a comeback with high-performance PowerPC processors. The "Digital Enviroment" of Amiga inc. (USA) allows using adapted software on multiple mobile and home-based devices like desktop computers, mobile phones or personal digital assistants (so-called palmtops). This makes Amiga-technology perfectly suited for the future.

Read more on the Amiga+Retro Computing website.
    

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