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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Commodore moves forward
   posted by -Sam- on 6-Mar-2007 11:27:34 (4485 reads)
What's this then? 'Later this month it will show off a "new breed" of gaming PC.'

Just a souped up PC or the basis of something more? What a shame the Amiga rights are not in the hands of CBM - I never thought I'd say that!

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2007/03/06/commodore_back_gaming_pc/
    

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Re: Commodore moves forward
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A teaser:- http://www.commodoregaming.com/


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The New Commodore seem to be really passionate about taking the past into the future. I wish they still controlled the Amiga.

Maybe they'll partner with Genesi/MorphOS for a Commodore branded Amiga Compatible machine.

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Actually I'm quite looking forward to what they've got.


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Wouldn't that make it redundant? Isn't GP2X doing just as fine as been an awesome C64 portable system?

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What a shame the Amiga rights are not in the hands of CBM


Who are CBM? These new machines have been announced by CIC and TCF


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Re: Commodore moves forward
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Wouldn't it be great if companies like Ainc and Elbox had a counting clock!


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i need a new pc soon so this is maybe what i am looking for, that vapor ware aos4.0 and its ainc hw will never be... but commodore rocks!!!


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I hope it is not just a standard pc.. But i must say that what commodore has done so far is way more impressive than what the amiga owners has done since the demise of commodore.

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Hey all,

Am I mad..

1. I am very interested to see what's coming here.

2. Could it be related to A Inc.

3. Yep you're right I am mad.....but what a coo it would be

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well commodore did say on e-mail they are negotiating sth. with AInc,and taht we will hear some news soon
...maybe...
just maybe...


ahhh,I'm dreaming ain't I?

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here is a link to other sites that is typing about this news......

http://www.pro-g.co.uk/news/06-03-2007-4930.html
http://hardware.slashdot.org/hardware/07/03/06/1217244.shtml


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What a bunch of name followers...


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What a bunch of name followers...



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I hope it is not just a standard pc.


I wouldn't get too excited. Probably a high end PC with a nice case. But if they produce a good combination/price/support then I would certainly be interested in having the old logo back on my main machine again!


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why not get excited?.... and yeah it is probably a high end pc, but what so.. commodore is cooler than a dell isnt it. what i am most concerned about is how they are gonna design the pc case/tower....


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You are right. It sounds like just a prebuilt Wintel box branded by Commodore. I have no interest. I can build a cheaper box myself as can most people here. - Lars


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Well I find myself very excited.....please let it be with Amiga Inc...what a turnaround for history :)

Problem I have is i think I have built my hopes up and they will be dashed....RELEASE A NEW AMIGA FOR GAWDS SAKE

My salvation (sanity) depends on it

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Wouldn't it be great if companies like Ainc and Elbox had a counting clock!


It would start at 14 days, count down to 0 and then automatically reset to "2 more weeks!"

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I don't know about anyone else, but the Commodore brand does nothing for me. I was never a fan of the C64 or anything else, just the Amiga.

Kind regards,

Francis.


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I wouldn't be entirely surprised if this didn't end with some kind of joint venture with Amiga Inc.

They [Commodore] said back along that they were talking with Amiga Inc.

Who knows!

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