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Events   Events : Amigahellas @ DTE 2007
   posted by walkero on 21-Oct-2007 12:43:47 (1579 reads)
The Amigahellas will attend at DTE 2007 (http://www.dte.gr/default.asp?pid=1&la=2), the largest exhibition of digital technology in Greece. From the 8th until 11th of November the visitors of the exhibition will have an opportunity to see and use old and new hardware ranging from the C64, A1000, Amstrad 6128 through to the Pegasos, MicroAmigaOne and the Efika.

The Amigahellas is the biggest Greek Amiga community, with many active users. Visit us at http://www.amigahellas.gr and download our free Amiga magazine from http://mag.amigahellas.gr
    

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