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Old 01 June 2017, 23:24   #84
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There is nothing wrong with people who don't think this is for them. I am one of them. I wanted a Vampire, but in the end ended up with none and with the course it has taken, I think it is for the best, my use is just different and a Vampire in one of my A600s would have been a tremendous waste of my money.

That doesn't mean i don't want them to succeed r think it's a fantastic development. I think it's important, especially with the prospect of a standalone AGA machine replacement. I am mostly interested in that. I don't see the point of sticking it in my Amiga, though. But sure hope enough people do so a standalone version can be developed.

Different strokes for different folks.

Is it an Amiga accelerator? I don't think so. I think it's much more than that. I don't even think of it as an Amiga peripheral or add-on.
Does it turn the Amiga into a glorified I/O device? Probably.
But this is undeniable: its development is beneficial for both newer generation devices (like Vampire standalone) and olschool hardware, and we must support it.
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