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Old 16 February 2002, 05:09   #4
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Smile Real Amiga rules!

Depending on what you want to do with it, a real Amiga is a good idea... For example, if you can get a nice A1200 with say a 68030 and at least 8Mb of fast memory, you can play all the HD games at full speed with proper joystick support etc.

For my PC, the emulator just doesn't cut it - games run anything from 20-50% of the original speed (some demos which really use the Amiga hardware crawl at maybe 5% of Amiga speed!) and I would never do any of my WHDLoad stuff on purely an emulator unless there was no other Amiga 1200's for sale in the country!

So depending what you want to do, the real thing is still a good purchase...
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