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AmigaOne X5000: You can now register interest with A-EON

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Hi everyone,

Seems like the release of the brand new computer, the AmigaOne X5000, is not too far away. You can now register your interest in purchasing the machine at the A-Eon Technologies website.

The AmigaOne X5000 will be able to run AmigaOS, MorphOS and various variants of Linux.

Prices starting from £1699.

Register interest here: http://a-eon.com/register_x5000.php

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Amiga 600: Vampire II videos – Sam & Max, 7th Guest and more!

Hi everyone,

Hope you all are enjoying the summer.:)

Mjnurney, the lucky owner of a Vampire II accelerator for his Amiga 600, has uploaded a ton of cool videos on YouTube.

Here you can see his Amiga running classic games never released for the platform, including the famous Sam & Max, but also titles like 7th Guest and WarCraft.

Enjoy the videos! Will be interesting to see this card running on the Amiga 500 and 1200. Being a owner of a stock Amiga 1200 (which I’m happy with – after all I can run Deluxe Paint, AMOS and Deluxe Galaga), the difference between my setup and one with Vampire is incredible vast. Can’t almost compare it!😀 Not long ago, the Amiga 600 was the little brother (or sister) of the 1200, but being powered by the Vampire, roles have changed!:)

Amiga: New 64KB Intro by Void

Hi guys,

My Amiga group, Void, released a small 64KB intro at the Solskogen party in Norway this summer.:) You can get it from Aminet.net by clicking here. Below you’ll find a YouTube video of the intro from the actual competition at the party place.

Amiga: Vampire 2 Black Edition Amiga 600 running AmiKit and Photoshop (Mac version)!

Hi guys,

Please have a look at this Amiga 600 running AmiKit!😀 Holy smokes! It is powered by the awesome Vampire 2 board.

And here is a video from the same guy showing his Amiga 600 running Photoshop through a Mac emulator!

And here is a video from a user showing Simon the Sorcerer 2 on Amiga 600. Cool!

It is safe to say that my Amiga 1200 with its lousy 2 MB of RAM doesn’t feel superior to an Amiga 600 anymore..😉

Thanks for stopping by and have a good one!

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