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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

Agreement Relec & AmigaCenter for Minimig upgrade

Date 14-Sep-2009 23:28:40
Topic: Hardware News

Communiqué from RELEC & AmigaCenter
Memory upgrade service for Minimig

RELEC (Swiss Amiga dealer) and AmigaCenter (see below) are pleased to announce you that they make an agreement for an " Upgrade service", which allows the update of the memory to 1MB for all Minimig Rev.1.1 ( ACube-Systems). This brings a better compatibility and increases the speed of the Minimig. If necessary, the new firmware YQ090421 will be installed!

Indeed, it is AmigaCenter (AmigaCenter) which is authorized to make this modifications work and it has to be necessarily ordered directly at RELEC. It is enough to contact the commercial service by email. Then you will receive all informations and the price.


About AmigaCenter, the company is well known, since a long time, in the Amiga community for the quality of its repairs, maintenances and reworks.
Their skills allow them to intervene on all kinds of Amiga Classic machines, but also accelerator boards and AmigaOne. They enjoy an excellent reputation next to the users in all Europe and for this reason RELEC choses and trusts AmigaCenter!

We thank you for your trust
Team RELEC and AmigaCenter

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