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Announcement   Announcement : New AmigaKit Regional Website
   posted by amigakit on 15-Nov-2008 18:27:40 (2198 reads)
We have just launched a new regional website.

For ease of access, European customers can now use the new www.amigakit.eu address to enter the European store directly. Please update your bookmarks.


US customers can use the new www.amigakit.us
UK customers can continue to use www.amigakit.co.uk

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers worldwide for their continued support.

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Lothar 
Re: New AmigaKit Regional Website
Posted on 15-Nov-2008 21:18:06
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Where'd the Sam440 and AmigaOS 4.1 for the Sam440 go?

I'm eagerly waiting to buy the Flex version as soon as it's available.

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Re: New AmigaKit Regional Website
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Re: New AmigaKit Regional Website
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They were missing from the products list, but now are back, with a vengeance. The Sam440ep's price has fallen to under $600USD, as a pre-order for the second batch. Guess the exchange rate's been going in our favor.

Can't wait for the Flex!

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Re: New AmigaKit Regional Website
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Didn't know that AmigaKit works nice with iBrowse. Never tried before.


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@Lothar
Where-as the price has gone up slightly for the UK (from 440 to 450). But Sterling really sucks at this point...


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Snuffy 
Re: New AmigaKit Regional Website
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Hi @ _Steve_
Could you update the AmigaWorld links page. The AmigaKit one doesn't work; too old. The links page is a handy tool for use in public library! ...Thanks


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