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AFAIK there was also a company called Merlancia, which claimed it was going to be producing new Amiga hardware. Apart from never hiring any engineers, and not paying its employees, I think the company directors ended up being sought by bailiffs in the end. The whole epsiode didn't do a lot for Amiga's image.

It seems every small platform has a Microdigital ;-)

 is a RISC OS Usertimephoenix on 14/5/06 8:36AM
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