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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
   posted by DaveyD on 24-Oct-2003 13:07:11 (4253 reads)
Alan Redhouse and Total Amiga Magazine are working along with Amigaworld.net to provide the Amiga community with AmigaOne Updates every quarter. The first two updates from TAM issue 15 & 16 can be read here. Also an interview / user Q&A is planned with Alan Redhouse of Eyetech.

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Re: Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
Posted on 24-Oct-2003 13:20:57
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Coooooooool!

It'd be nice to have a date on the articles, but that's just me being picky!

A couple of quotes go me going:
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Suffice it to say that as a result of that presentation there are now several significant Taiwanese companies - plus IBM - who are anxious to evaluate OS4 for commercial applications as soon as it & it's SDK are released.


Yeah - come on Hyperion; it's not just us diehards who want OS4! Hehehe!

and

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The pre-production AmigaOne-Lite is now up and running and we will be sending samples out to selected developers to port/test drivers for the new hardware (...) Sort the driver and keep the board!


Now that's what I call an incentive!
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Re: Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
Posted on 24-Oct-2003 13:52:49
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I argee about the dates, I will be adding them later


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Re: Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
Posted on 24-Oct-2003 22:04:12
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Re: Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
Posted on 24-Oct-2003 22:41:21
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Man, those AmigaOne Lite specs look GREAT! that little beastie is almost a better deal than its big brother! Are those the final specs then?

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Re: Feature: AmigaOne Updates by Alan Redhouse
Posted on 27-Oct-2003 20:43:17
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I've read about the AmigaOne Lite for several months but somehow manged to miss the full specs. They are impressive (USB2, Firewire, CardBus connector) and manage to address most of my complaints about the current AmigaOne (the CardBus connector being an unexpected solution to the "please-put-Kickstart-in-flash-rom" issue). Personally, though, it just makes me more interested in seeing an Amiga One-Point-Five, basically the current AmigaOne motherboard with all these extras included. I suspect Eyetech is planning such a beast, but wonder what their timeline will be?

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