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Old 04 January 2009, 21:55   #1
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AmigaKit, the Amiga computer reseller are pleased to introduce Christopher Follet, a new electronics technician who has now joined our team.

With Christopher's added experience, we are planning additional services and new products for the Amiga market in 2009.

In the forthcoming year, we will also be continuing to work closely with our existing hardware partners to deliver new products and fund additional production runs of existing out-of-stock products, such as the recent exclusive release of new Subway USB.

We would like to thank our customer base for their past support.

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Old 05 January 2009, 00:17   #2
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Cool,

Look forward to it
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:22   #3
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Are you planning to add BlizzardPPC processor upgrade jobs for both 68k and PPC sides?
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:26   #4
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Welcome aboard, Chris!
Hope you will enjoy to do business with those freakin maniacs (as we are)
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:27   #5
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Are you planning to add BlizzardPPC processor upgrade jobs for both 68k and PPC sides?
interesting question! which brings another question... How about 040>060 upgrades?
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:30   #6
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AWESOME!!!

now FOL can be put to use in the dungeon!!!!

... i can hear it now..... Buurrk.... bring me WORMS......

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Old 05 January 2009, 00:38   #7
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as always amigakit offers excellent support!
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:44   #8
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For a moment before i started to read, i thought this was going to be a shutting down announcement

8mb memory expansion boards are the biggest pain to find, what with WHDload being mostly what i use on Amiga these days, i'd love to see some new product emerge.There must be at least a reasonable demand for this hardware?

Anyway glad Amigakit is still able to continue supplying as i'd be stuffed without some of it, especially things like a new keyboard
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Old 05 January 2009, 00:48   #9
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Welcome Chris!

Can't wait to see (more) new stuff this year
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Old 05 January 2009, 01:13   #10
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I wonder if AmigaKit has the rights to make more GREX boards? I know they bought Eyetech back catalogue but did they also get all the designs? I'd like a GREX A4000D hmmm... (drool)
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Old 05 January 2009, 08:07   #11
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Psssst AmigaKit! :
Are you putting together a stealth team (to snatch those precious PPC-designs from DCE-offices)?
They would make a nice production run
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Awesome! I wonder if that means Amigakit will be working on creating their own Amiga hardware?
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awesome! this is great news for us nutty Amigans
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Old 05 January 2009, 21:54   #14
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Thanks for the welcome, but I cant answer any of the questions just yet.
Its early days, need to settle in first.

@amigakit, its double t .

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You lucky bastard. I'm not jealous.

That is all
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