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Old 22 February 2010, 13:44   #78
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MiniMig uses a real 68k processor
And?
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plugs into a TV
So do most PCs these days.
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I cant see how this can be compared to a power hungery PC running WinUae?
It doesn't compare, my PC can do a LOT more and I couldn't care less how much power it consumes as my pc is on ALL the time anyway.
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so do our real amigas, and they do a bit more too at the min. And you still need your PC anyway to move and organise the files you want the minimig to use. So its not there yet for me, although I like the concept a lot.
Exactly, you'll need a pc to get your Minimig up and running.

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The main advantage is the size Of course a XBox with WinUAEX is somewhat close.
I don't see the size being relevant to be honest, you can pick up pc's with very little footprint which I recently purchased myself which I'll be sticking WinUAE on along with loads of other emulators. Also, if I was getting an Amiga replacement I'd want it to look and feel like an Amiga otherwise I'd just use WinUAE.
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If you have the money and the MiniMig does what you want, why not?
I agree. To me tho the Minimig doesn't offer anything more than what WinUAE would offer me in terms of my own requirements.

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This makes no scene - Mainly you would copy files from your PC over to you Amiga anyway.
Makes perfect sense, I can't use my Championship Manager floppy disks with it.
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