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Finnish Amiga Users Group Presented AmigaOS4 Beta and Pegasos

Date 2-Oct-2003 7:59:14
Topic: Events


A Finnish Amiga Users Group held its annual meeting in Finland last Saturday. The user group presented AmigaOS4 beta and the Pegasos. Read more for the full press release.

RIIHIMÄKI, FINLAND - October 1st, 2003 - Finnish Amiga Users Group held its annual meeting in Riihimäki, Finland on Saturday. In addition to the official meeting agenda, the user group presented AmigaOS4 beta and Pegasos running MorphOS to the public. Also on display was the Swedish Amiga magazine Azine and purchases could be made from an attending Amiga dealer.

The user group would like to thank Joni Halme, an AmigaOS4 beta tester, for obtaining permission for the demonstration and for demonstrating the beta on his Amiga 4000; Sami Ylönen for providing the meeting with a Pegasos running MorphOS; Gunne Steen of GGS-Data for the Azine magazines; Genesi for sending in Superbundles and brochures; the Finnish Amiga dealer, Gentle Eye Ky, for attending once again with their Amiga inventory; and of course all the user group members who, with their help and attendance, made this event possible.

Pictures of the event will be made available later.

More information about the Finnish Amiga Users Group can be found at http://saku.amigafin.org.

About Finnish Amiga Users Group

Finnish Amiga Users Group (officially Suomen Amiga-käyttäjät ry.) is a registered, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Finnish Amiga computer users by preserving and advancing the Amiga hobby and knowledge of the Amiga computing platform in Finland. The group aims to reach its goals through volunteer efforts such as organizing events and publishing an e-zine called Saku.



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