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Offline DJSTopic starter

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FastATA Trade-Up Program
« on: February 08, 2005, 06:10:33 PM »
Elbox Computer is now offering European Union consumers the opportunity to trade-in an older FastATA 1200, A1200 Power Flyer or A1200 Winner Hi-Speed controller and get the newest FastATA 1200 MK-III.

This trade-in, trade-up program is a great opportunity for Amiga 1200 users to dispose of their older FastATA or PowerFlyer/Winner Hi-Speed controllers and upgrade to the most advanced FastATA MK-III controller.

FastATA 1200 MK-III provides high performance support (up to 16.6Mbytes/s) for up to four ATA/IDE storage devices. This new controller offers enhanced performance with lower processor load when compared against the earlier FastATA 1200 controller. The 48-bit LBA (Logical Block Addressing) capability ensures support for EIDE drives beyond 137GB (up to 2TB).

For a limited one month period, the Trade-In, Trade-Up Program offers FastATA 1200 MK-III controller customers a 40 EUR mail-in rebate when their older FastATA controller is received by Elbox Computer.

For details, see: Special Offer page.

Offline keropi

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Re: FastATA Trade-Up Program
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2005, 07:31:47 AM »
So will anyone do it? Does it worth if you have the MK-I ???

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Re: FastATA Trade-Up Program
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2005, 09:08:23 PM »
Seems to be a good deal i heard the MK III is faster and better.
They are problably wanting to use the mach chip on the fastata to build more MKIII or maybe use them on the dragon accelator pretty smart.

Elbox always has special deals makes me wanna wish more amiga companys are like them.