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Old 07 June 2017, 13:31   #112

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It's clear there's a lot of effort being put into the Amiga at the moment, possibly the most I've seen since Commodore went bust. SAGA, Apollo, AROS, Picasso96, TerribleFire, no doubt more besides. It's unfortunate that the various teams involved don't always see eye-to-eye, and if they did it would be a wonderful thing, but isn't it also good to have the competition?

There's clearly a market for the Vampire (I've got one) as there is for modern accelerators for classic machines (got several of those) as there is for classic accelerators (got one of those too).

I'm excited to see where this is going. Fragmentation doesn't have to be a Bad Thing.

That said, if a clear "way forward" were to emerge and the various parties all started pulling together in the same direction, maybe the Amiga has a real future beyond reliving one's youth. An Amiga-ish-powered RaspberryPI-esque board would sell quite nicely, I think.
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