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Announcement   Announcement : Hyperion Entertainment OS4 BPPC Survey
   posted by Mikey_C on 3-Jun-2003 0:17:38 (2034 reads)
As Amiga OS4 for AmigaOne and CSPPC based machines nears completion, Hyperion is undertaking a survey to gauage demand for the BPPC version

Therefore if you are an Amiga1200 owner with a Dual Blizzard PPC card and would like to see OS4 ported to this machine, please send an email to:

Please note: Ensuring that OS4 will work on the BPPC is a momumental task which will require enormous effort in both Time and Money. Therefore only email us if you have every intention of purchasing OS4 for BPPC.

Your support is very much appreciated in this matter.

Ben Hermans.

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Re: Hyperion Entertainment OS4 BPPC Survey
Posted on 3-Jun-2003 2:51:34
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I hope they don't get bogus emails from this survey, however, I do hope they get lots of legitimate responses. After all the hard work, and as close to release as they are, they deserve to see some success in sales.

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Re: Hyperion Entertainment OS4 BPPC Survey
Posted on 3-Jun-2003 8:48:09
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I`m wondering about this myself - see I`d hoped to upgrade my A1200 to PPC but I`ve ordered an A1XE anyway so I may never get round to it.... so there`d be no point me saying for definite that I`d buy it!


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Re: Hyperion Entertainment OS4 BPPC Survey
Posted on 4-Jun-2003 16:37:56
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Seeing as I've had my BPPC 603e+ for ages now and only getting limited permormance from it to date, I will definitely be one of the first to order a version of OS4 if it should appear for it.

I sincerely hope it's worth the time and money for the OS4 team to do it.

Nothing I'd rather spend my money on (except maybe OS4 for the A1 of course)!

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Re: Hyperion Entertainment OS4 BPPC Survey
Posted on 31-Dec-2010 3:01:23
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They must have got a positive response because they did release a version that works on all ppc-equipped classic machines...

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