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Offline ddniUK

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #60 on: March 21, 2011, 09:32:03 PM »
@Tempest, thank you for reinforcing my post so perfectly.
 

Offline Tempest

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #61 on: March 21, 2011, 09:38:33 PM »
Quote from: ddniUK;623568
@Tempest, thank you for reinforcing my post so perfectly.


Whatever :rolleyes:
« Last Edit: March 21, 2011, 09:57:16 PM by Tempest »
 

Offline A1260

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #62 on: March 21, 2011, 09:59:34 PM »
so who is the lucky 5 that gets these x1000 boards?....
 

Offline lsmart

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #63 on: March 21, 2011, 10:19:09 PM »
Quote from: Tempest;623565
I'm getting pretty tired by people who call other people haters just because they have no interest ...


You also may get tired of people who claim they have no interest, but continue to write uninformed or misleading statements into threads on topics, which they claimed to have no interest in.
 

Offline jorkany

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #64 on: March 21, 2011, 10:24:17 PM »
Quote from: ddniUK;623560
AmigaOne X1000; What I have seen so far...

Is not:

1. On time
2. Attempting to take over the world
3. Attempting to be mainstream like classic Amigas were.


Just throwing out some of A-eon's stated goals here so there will be no mistaking what they are.

Source: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=50038

"It's almost 25 years since Commodore released the A1000 model that launched the line in the summer of 1985, and with the launch of the X1000 we will usher in a new beginning for the AmigaOS platform. Just as Commodore did with the A1000, we're aiming at the high-end first, with a powerful desktop computer aimed at the professional and serious hobbyist markets"

"The launch of the A1000 offered something new, and the X1000 will do the same."

"the X1000 will once more make the AmigaOS platform the best choice for truly creative and unique applications"

"it is this return of AmigaOS to the high-end that truly ushers in a new beginning."

Source:http://a-eon.com/news.html
"the X1000 will launch a new era of modern Amiga computing."
 

Offline Tempest

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #65 on: March 21, 2011, 10:24:39 PM »
Quote from: lsmart;623584
You also may get tired of people who claim they have no interest, but continue to write uninformed or misleading statements into threads on topics, which they claimed to have no interest in.


This is a forum and everybody is entitled to express their opinion whether you like it or not. Calling other people haters just because they have another opinion than you is not very polite.
« Last Edit: March 21, 2011, 10:34:54 PM by Tempest »
 

Offline F1Lupo

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #66 on: March 22, 2011, 01:44:25 AM »
Quote from: Tempest;623565
I'm getting pretty tired by people who call other people haters just because they have no interest in a computer that's uber expensive and not a real Amiga anyways (no matter how many boingballs it comes with).

calling people names is uncalled for no matter what your 'opinion' is
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Offline F1Lupo

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #67 on: March 22, 2011, 01:45:07 AM »
Quote from: lsmart;623584
You also may get tired of people who claim they have no interest, but continue to write uninformed or misleading statements into threads on topics, which they claimed to have no interest in.

+ 1
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Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #68 on: March 22, 2011, 06:54:37 AM »
Quote from: ferrellsl;623459


...
Saying that the Rev 2 motherboard is in production because a schematic has been posted is really stretching things at best and misleading at worst.



Could it be that you misunderstood that?
I understood it that way that those were two independent news items:

A1 X1k Rev2 mobo in production
AND
A1 X1k Schematics being posted.

No link between those 2 items - and certainly the mobo isn't in production because someone posted the schematics...
All the best,

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Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #69 on: March 22, 2011, 07:00:53 AM »
Quote from: Kesa;623543


...
P.S. how can you live in both Wellington and London at the same time? :confused:



Ever heard of "commuters"?
All the best,

Dandy

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Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #70 on: March 22, 2011, 07:11:04 AM »
Quote from: mechy;623546


Its beyond me how anyone can get excited over any of this? I mean we have a grossly overpriced board,with mediocre specs.



[sarcasm]
Huh - you can not imagine what a relief it is to get the chance to get rid of some thousand € of our redundant millions? Unbelieveable, poor man!
[/sarcasm]

Quote from: mechy;623546


Its has a somewhat useless xorro(lol) bus...



I'd say that remains to be seen, if the xorro bus is useful or not.
All the best,

Dandy

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Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #71 on: March 22, 2011, 07:13:54 AM »
Quote from: Daedalus;623554


Nowadays that crown is held by Dell - churning out millions of cheap computers on pretty thin margins. Which is fine if you want a cheap PC.
...



If you think Dells are cheap you should go and get an ALDI PC for a fraction of it...
All the best,

Dandy

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If someone enjoys marching to military music, then I already despise him. He got his brain accidently - the bone marrow in his back would have been sufficient for him! (Albert Einstein)
 

Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #72 on: March 22, 2011, 07:31:06 AM »
Quote from: mechy;623564


Do you understand what the x1000 is?



No - not yet.
But I will get one to find precisely that out. So the A1 X1k currently is interesting enough to me to get one and to find out more about it.

And you?

Quote from: mechy;623564


its no more amiga than any pc with amiga stickers or a SAM board for that matter.



It will be MY NEW AMIGA.
That's all that counts for me...
You are of course free to think of it what you want...

Quote from: mechy;623564


Its made from off the shelf parts for the most part.



This is also valid for the original A1000s from 1985and all subsequent C= Amiga models. Or do you honestly think all the resistors, capacitors, jacks and even the cpu have been designed and produced exclusively for the Amiga line of computers by C=?

Quote from: mechy;623564


it may be they "tied" all of the parts together, but its basically a PPC board with a pci-e expansion bus



So what?

Quote from: mechy;623564


that is for... hmmm what use was this again? ... I have to wonder if people read the specs on their site.
...



And I have to wonder if YOU read the specs on their site...
All the best,

Dandy

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If someone enjoys marching to military music, then I already despise him. He got his brain accidently - the bone marrow in his back would have been sufficient for him! (Albert Einstein)
 

Offline lsmart

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #73 on: March 22, 2011, 07:32:39 AM »
Quote from: Tempest;623586
Calling other people haters just because they have another opinion than you is not very polite.


"That lamer called me a fanboy!" And that's when the flamewar started.

Pretending to be offended is a kind of trolling too.
 

Offline Dandy

Re: X1000 Nemo Rev. 2 Motherboard in Production
« Reply #74 on: March 22, 2011, 07:36:10 AM »
Quote from: Tempest;623565


I'm getting pretty tired by people who call other people haters just because they have no interest in a computer that's uber expensive and not a real Amiga anyways (no matter how many boingballs it comes with). It's just a generic PPC computer with boingball stickers and an Amiga-like OS, it has nothing to offer that other computers can't do (unlike the real Amiga when it came out).



I'm truly sorry for you! Does that hurt very much?

Quote from: Tempest;623565


There are much cheaper and better Amiga-like options available.



Then stop whining, get one of those instead and be happy.
« Last Edit: March 22, 2011, 08:02:15 AM by Dandy »
All the best,

Dandy

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