It’s been quite some time since I last wrote about the Natami-project, but that doesn’t mean that the team isn’t making progress. Work is still ongoing and the release is getting closer and closer. Maybe we’ll be able to buy the Natami in 2012? Time will show. 🙂
The news today is that the first Natami MX-board arrived in Norway. If you aren’t familiar with the MX-board, you can find more information about it in a post I made last year. It is available here.
It was the Natami team-member and developer Rune Stensland (Skjeggspir or SP) that received the board yesterday. He’s the guy that developed the AHI-drivers for Paulina, which is the successor to Paula (the audio chip in classic Amiga systems). Paulina has 8 voices, 16+8bit. Developers in Sweden and France received their boards a few months ago, and now Norway joins the ranks. Congratulations to Mr. Stensland!
It will be interesting to following the developments this year and I’m sure we’re going to hear some good news from the team. 🙂