Originally Posted by seuden
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.
I never said that I would buy one, but still that is a PC which runs Windows and then emulates an Amiga, while a MiniMig does that at once. I see your point seuden
I guess it's the 'close to a real Amiga' thingy that people like (having a real 68000 and stuff). Maybe your link will convince some of them to think twice about getting a MiniMig
Originally Posted by mombasajoe
...without the keyboard.
I hope they have some USB ports on the MiniMig