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Hardware News   Hardware News : eFlash 4000 Page Online
   posted by DJS on 23-Jul-2003 16:00:46 (1487 reads)
The Elbox Website has been updated. The eFlash 4000 page has been set up in the Products Section. Check also the eFlash 4000 page in the Adapters and Interfaces Section of the Elbox Online Store.
    

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CaptainFrank 
Re: eFlash 4000 Page Online
Posted on 23-Jul-2003 19:07:18
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From: UK

Hi,

"Users of the AmigaOS4.x operating system will have an additional benefit: the eFlash 4000 card will give them a possibility of definite shortening of the system's start time by executing the AmigaOS code from the FlashROM memory."

I take it that this is the PPC Kickstart that they are talking about.

It`s good to see that Elbox are still communicating with Amiga/Hyperion since they`ve been very quite about the Shark.

Regards,


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Loki1 
Re: eFlash 4000 Page Online
Posted on 24-Jul-2003 14:23:59
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The Elbox Website link is bad (has /// in url, should be //).


Elbox Website


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turkamigaman 
Re: eFlash 4000 Page Online
Posted on 24-Jul-2003 14:42:49
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From: Izmir Turkiye

Yes When I came here for note the link has one more "/" I saw Loki1 wrote.


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turkamigaman 
Re: eFlash 4000 Page Online
Posted on 24-Jul-2003 14:47:02
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From: Izmir Turkiye

I also applause Elbox for producing good and needed hardware for AMIGA. I wish never stop. I'll try to do whatever I can for support them.


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Alkemyst 
Re: eFlash 4000 Page Online
Posted on 24-Jul-2003 17:12:55
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The Elbox Website link is fixed.


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