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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : AMIcast - Special Episode 4 - AmiWest 2016 and new books
   posted by radzik on 9-Nov-2016 9:07:20 (521 reads)
Hello and welcome! This is a Special Episode #4 of AMIcast. My guest is very famous amiga guy in Poland - Adam Zalepa. We are talking about his upcoming books and software for our platform.
The main topic is AmiWest 2016. At the show, AmigaOne X5000 was announced as ready to buy. But, why we can't buy X5000? More news: the prices for Tabor and ALICE revealed.

http://www.amigapodcast.com/2016/11/amicast-special-episode-4-amiwest-2016.html
    

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