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I'm surprised to see Amiga is still going.

Their web site is interesting...

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I noticed that they sell Amiga PCs, Set Boxes, PDAs, Smartphones and other devices.

The Amiga clubs still meet here in Auckland, New Zealand and other parts of NZ surprisingly interesting to see.

The web site says that as the Amigas die the membership do too as people take the easy way to Uncle Bill's PC world. :-(

Supplies are just too hard to get in NZ and salvaging part off older machines in getting scarce and too difficult to bother.

A shame though, to see other platforms to give up until they have one day faded away.

Steve.

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 12/5/06 10:53AM
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