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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : PowerUp Registration: Update
   posted by DJBase on 17-Mar-2008 0:17:13 (1715 reads)
This is the first update for 2008 and we do have now more than 570 registered PowerUP cards in our database. We added also a new statistics page with estimate production numbers based on the serial numbers we got.

The new statistics can be found at http://powerup.amigaworld.de/index.php?lang=en&page=43

We are still counting...
    

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