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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Price for the Minimig enclosure announced
   posted by TheDaddy on 20-Jul-2008 20:34:05 (2386 reads)
Hi everyone,

I am very pleased to announce the price of the Minimig enclosure. There will be an initial limited production run, so first come first serve. I am offering it at an aggressive price. It undercuts any other mini/nano itx form factor case on sale.

Specifications:
• It completely encloses and protects the Minimig board (rev 1.1) as sold by ACube, Amigakit and Vesalia...

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• 4mm thick acrylic-capped High Impact ABS

• Clip-in mounting system, no need for screws

• Access to all ports on the Minimig board, including the Reset and Menu switches.

• Four 8mm high black rubber feet

• Modern, clean, elegant design

• Visual access to Power and Drive LEDs

• Easy assembly with only two screws

• Colour: glossy white

• Completely exclusive!

I have started taking pre-payments to go into production – A big thank you to everyone who has confirmed their pre-payment!

How to pay: PayPal, to speed things up.

Email: amigarulez@hotmail.com

http://www.loriano.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk for photos and video.

Price for one Minimig enclosure in glossy white is: 67.45 (GBP) + Postage and Packaging

As it is custom made and of limited production, I believe it is good value for money.

Now your Minimig has a home.

Thank you very much for your support,

Loriano
    

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Re: Price for the Minimig enclosure announced
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Best price ever!

edit: I was thinking in Euros, still @ 99 and with such a neat casing it could bring a viable product into the Amiga Scene again, having bigger volume of scale would allow it to be even more valuable, let's hope some pick it from there, Genesi perhaps...

Last edited by pixie on 21-Jul-2008 at 12:58 AM.


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This is very nice looking.


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Nice!

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Yeah, that looks cool! Better than Commodore ever managed
Good work!
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Thanks Rudei!

>>Yeah, that looks cool! Better than Commodore ever managed

Sweet!


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Now the question may well be... will you open source the Schemes TheDaddy?

Open Source Power!!


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Great work, and you are think in other case for the Efikas? As for the Minimig so beauty and original.


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>>Templario

>>Great work, and you are think in other case for the Efikas? As for the Minimig so beauty and original.

Hi,

Yes, this is a sort of pilot project. The Minimig is a great little machine and had no enclosure, now it has one. Soon the Efika could have its original enclosure too, hopefully.


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@everyone,

Following the emails I am receiving asking if I am going to apply the adhesive logo/name to every single case by hand the answer is yes, yes I am. I know it's nuts but it saves on costs.

I am going to be absolutely exhausted...


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That isn't a bad price at all. Well done that man, and have fun with the decals


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Hi Steve and thanks.

>>have fun with the decals

ARGH! D'OH! MAMMA MIA!


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Soon the Efika could have its original enclosure too, hopefully


If the design and standards are the same as the Minimig case that would be excellent news. Genesi do make a case but it does not look like it is available separately. Also another thought - the Efika does not come with a backplate so even a standard size pre customised plate for standard cases would be a big plus if you could design one.

I've housed my Efika in a mini-ITX case because you can add an optical drive and a card reader. However I don't like the gap at the back and the graphics card could work itself loose.


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