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AuthorTopic: Silence is truly Golden with new IMICA and Aros, now shipping only £199  (Read 1432 times)

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Offline clusteruk

ClusterUK ltd is pleased to launch the new silent IMICA, a nice small unit to run Aros, and is perfect where you do not want to be disturbed by noisy computers. Great for the Amiga fan who wants a low cost and reasonably high performance unit that is fully Aros native. For £199 you get a fully working unit with a 4gb USB drive and 512mb ram, later upgrade with bigger internal drive unit if needed, either a normal 2.5" laptop drive or a totally silent 2.5" SSD drive unit. Because of the low weight, under 2kg Shipping to Europe is only £20 !!

Please visit http://www.imica.net

Steve Jones
Amiga 1000/3000, iMica Silent and NVidia Aros computer.
http://www.imica.net
Lets enjoy the Amigas future, THIS year is 25th Anniversary lets make it special.
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Offline spirantho

Good news + and a good price, especially given how good AROS is these days! Thanks for the heads up!
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Offline Pyromania

Nice news.
 

Offline mpiva

Quote from: clusteruk;567925
ClusterUK ltd is pleased to launch the new silent IMICA, a nice small unit to run Aros, and is perfect where you do not want to be disturbed by noisy computers. Great for the Amiga fan who wants a low cost and reasonably high performance unit that is fully Aros native. For £199 you get a fully working unit with a 4gb USB drive and 512mb ram, later upgrade with bigger internal drive unit if needed, either a normal 2.5" laptop drive or a totally silent 2.5" SSD drive unit. Because of the low weight, under 2kg Shipping to Europe is only £20 !!

Please visit http://www.imica.net

Steve Jones


Man, if I could use a remote control for this, and especially if somebody ported XBMC to AROS, I'd buy this in a heart-beat and stick it under my TV.
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Offline pampers

That Imica looks great! Too bad I don't need another computer at home...
 

Offline runequester

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that is pretty awesome :)
 

Offline haywirepc

Very nice congratulations Steve. I think one of this with a good sized cf card would be awesome and so cool that it would be completely silent.
 
My windows computer is always wining, it gets on my nerves.
 
Steven
 

Offline clusteruk

Thanks for nice comment.

We have a media player coming called AMC from Ares for Aros machines including IMICA. On remote control, should be possible.
Amiga 1000/3000, iMica Silent and NVidia Aros computer.
http://www.imica.net
Lets enjoy the Amigas future, THIS year is 25th Anniversary lets make it special.
http://www.amiga25.org
 

Offline spirantho

Quote from: mpiva;567963
Man, if I could use a remote control for this, and especially if somebody ported XBMC to AROS, I'd buy this in a heart-beat and stick it under my TV.


I don't know much about remote controls on computers at all, but a quick Google search showed this:

http://www.1topstore.com/product_info.php?language=en¤cy=GBP&products_id=5819

It looks like it identifies itself as a keyboard, in which case it should work already! You might need the programs to use different keys than the defaults, but I'd guess a quick recompile would be all it takes..? You may even be able to use FKey to substitute keypresses, so it would work straight away....
--
Ian Gledhill
ian.gledhill@btinternit.com (except it should be internEt of course...!)
Check out my shop! http://www.mutant-caterpillar.co.uk/shop/ - for 8-bit (and soon 16-bit) goodness!