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Internet News   Internet News : Pictures of Alan Redhouse at conference in Beijing
   posted by MikeB on 4-Nov-2003 21:18:11 (4731 reads)
Alan Redhouse presented Eyetech's plans at a large Chinese computer conference again last September, but this time in Beijing instead of in Taipei. He also demonstrated AmigaOS4 with the AmigaOne within the exhibition area. Here are some pictures from this event. Pictures with Alan Redhouse: [1, 2, 3, 4].

Here is a translated version of a related news article as published by the Guangming Daily .

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Re: Pictures of Alan Redhouse at conference in Beijing
Posted on 6-Nov-2003 12:28:12
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Poster: MikeB Date: 6-Nov-2003 5:08:29

China's Dragon CPU is currently running at around 260 Mhz. Most modern OSes wouldn't do well running with such specifications, but I believe AmigaOS could manage pretty well.

But reading some of the related newspapers, they seem to be calling the AmigaOne Mini (Teron Mini) "the special dragon computer", as they reference IBM and Eyetech when talking about it in several of the articles.

Recently convened "the international advanced computer and the semiconductor technology seminar" on, the English branch limited company promoted it to have been through repeatedly for 7 years to research and develop the successful special dragon computer. Reporter saw, this section computer main engine only has the ordinary telephone general size, but it is said the selling price power is in the market the medium computer 1/3.

The "English branch"...(Eyetech, right?)

"7 years to research and develop"... (probably a misinterpretation but about the right time frame since the last Amiga's were produced) ....

"only has the ordinary telephone genereal size" sounds like the A1 Mini to me.....

"selling price power is in the market the medium computer 1/3" And is that a reference to a price???

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have been through repeatedly for seven years wholly absorbed to research and develop the successful special dragon computer (Teron Computer), this set of computers system also was the English branch company through with the IBM long-term cooperation

That is definitely talking about the A1/Teron....

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Re: Pictures of Alan Redhouse at conference in Beijing
Posted on 7-Nov-2003 0:03:09
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What a difference to see a normal human being presenting an absolutly splendid machine to another part of the world and not a bloody BILL GATES IN SITE!

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Re: Pictures of Alan Redhouse at conference in Beijing
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Yeah .... agreed.

@ Alan ...

I dont suffer from Insanity - I enjoy it


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