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Announcement   Announcement : AMIGAplus 07-08/2003 out now
   posted by Anonymous on 31-Jul-2003 14:35:38 (1611 reads)
Issue 07-08/2003 of the German 68 pages, 4c paper magazine AMIGAplus is out now including eight hardware-reviews, workshops and much more.

Content of this issue:

- Reviews of X-Surf II and Catweasel MK3/PCI Flipper

- Reviews of ATI Radeon Pro 9000, Plextor Premium CD-RW 52x24x52, LaCie Data Bank Pocket Drive, Konica Digital Revio C2, Canon BJC i850 and Creative Optical Mouse

- eMail-Special: Review of YAM 2.4 plus "Anti-Spam with YAM" workshop

- A+ in Augsburg: AmigaOS 4 on Tour

- Interview with Micky "Diavolo Backup" Wenngatz

- Listen: Audio-CD "Amiga Immortal 2"

- Workshop: NetBSD auf dem Amiga (part 2)

- Workshop Video & DraCo (part 5)

- Amiga Status Report: 64-Bit-Fever

- Demoscene: Underdogs

- Amiga market overview: prices, distributors a.s.o.

- and much more

AMIGAplus is available via subscription, direct order or through your local Amiga dealer on demand for 5,- EUR.

AmigaPlus Website
    

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Re: AMIGAplus 07-08/2003 out now
Posted on 31-Jul-2003 20:08:55
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What a pity. Not in English!


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Re: AMIGAplus 07-08/2003 out now
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I bought Amigaplus twice. It really is a great mag, with nice professional layout, great content and a good price.

Unfortunately, my german is really bad (and that is an understatement ) which means that i missed quite a lot of content and reading was not easy.


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Re: AMIGAplus 07-08/2003 out now
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What a pity. Not in English!

Total Amiga is an English mag that I've just subscribed to.


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I wish I had the financial wherewithal to allow this mag the capability to translate their texts into English .

Must get rich...
Must get rich...


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