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Announcement   Announcement : aMiGa=PoWeR n57 is available !
   posted by murakami on 12-Dec-2016 15:34:30 (343 reads)
Issue 57 of aMiGa=PoWeR is available.
Reviews : MorphOS on Sam460 and PowerMac G4, AEROS, AmiCloud...
Misc : ArtBase, Radeon HD with Warp3D, AmigaOne X1000 workshop...
and many other articles, all in full color !
aMiGa=PoWeR is a French newspaper issued by AFLE (French association). Created in 1998, aMiGa=PoWeR became thanks to the experience of AFLE (created in 1994), the 1st French-speaking Amiga newspaper. Entirely laser printed, aMiGa=PoWeR is distributed in the whole world.
http://amigapower.free.fr/ap57.html
    

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