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Offline spihunter

Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #120 on: February 16, 2011, 01:58:01 PM »
+100.

 That's what I've done in the past and it always worked out for me!. Sorry, I slipped up on this one. :)



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Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #121 on: February 16, 2011, 02:41:44 PM »
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As a long-time fan and Amiga.org lurker, I've been watching the Natami project with great interest. If this lands I'm definitely laying down cash on one.  I'm looking forward to getting 3.9 on it and all the setup & config stuff - always was a pleasure to do on an Amiga.

Big thanks to the Natami Team for your efforts and I wish you all well!


I think there's alot more people out there like you.  I think many people underestimate this.  For instance, SAM440__ obviously sold quite a few batches yet the people who actually post on the forums as owners is much lower.

Most people who do post are the jilted vocal minority.

My other hobby's forum(car) has 10+k members but only a hundred post regularly.  The rest only post when they need "help".

Everyone underestimates this.
Natami is going to be an eye-opener.  I believe they will sell enough to fund Natami2.
 

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« Reply #122 on: February 16, 2011, 03:13:04 PM »
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Everyone underestimates this.
Not me :)
I have always understood that and attempted to explain it to ppl many times.
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Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #123 on: February 17, 2011, 04:28:01 AM »
It seems to me that the real deal is the code in the FPGA. Making the board is important but others have made boards too.
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« Reply #124 on: February 17, 2011, 06:26:57 AM »
No army can stop an idea whose time has come!
 

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Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #125 on: February 17, 2011, 04:58:44 PM »
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I think there's alot more people out there like you.QUOTE]

I admit I visit amiga.org / amigaworld.net and a few other sites every day.  I just usually don't feel the urge to chime in.

But cut me in half and you'll find a boing ball pattern running through ;-)

One could easily describe my relationship with my A1200 and all-things-Amiga as "obsessive".  I worked in a Game store (computer games chain in the UK) whilst at university 1997 - 1998, just as the last few commercial games were trickling out (think "Worms: Directors Cut" / "Sensible World of Soccer 1997") and would preach "Amiga" to all who would listen.

My A1200 has been in the attic for a few years now, IIRC it died circa 2001.  However my monstrously powerful PC allows me to run WinUAE with ease and I keep my Amiga Forever up to date whenever I can afford it.

Would much rather be running a hardware solution though.  Modern apps, like an up-to-date featured web browser I consider as "nice to haves", but I regard "running stuff as I did years ago" (games / productivity / programming) and simply the joy of messing about within such a tolerant and customisable solution as, to me, a much higher priority.

I believe Natami will answer that need.  I await the final boards with great interest.
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Offline skipp604

Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #126 on: February 18, 2011, 10:31:09 AM »
Natami is going to be my new Amiga, definitely. Can't wait to buy one!
 

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Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #127 on: February 19, 2011, 08:37:04 AM »
Natami, it's been awhile since I've been excited about computer hardware. I recently purchase an Amiga 500 and bought a couple of things for it, even looked at getting a minimig but I think my next purchase will be a Natami.

I've actually been following this since they first announced it, and have been lurking on amiga.org for quite sometime.

I know what I want for Christmas this year, exciting times.
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Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #128 on: March 07, 2011, 12:10:36 PM »
I'm definitely going to budget out some cash for this.  Been excited about it since I read about it.  Natami is definitely where the Amiga should have gone.  The only other logical course for me has been to go with Coldfire, but I've already read why that's not going to work.

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Offline Puni/Void

Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #129 on: May 01, 2011, 07:21:32 AM »
I'm looking forward to the Natami. Can't wait. :)
 

Offline brownb2

Re: First Natami MX boards produced
« Reply #130 on: May 02, 2011, 10:22:53 AM »
When this is released we might witness the market dropping out for A4000 machines and PPC/fast accelerators, although I still see accelerators going for ridiculous money despite faster new ones being on Amiga Kit, there is the occasional blip showing more realistic prices...
A600 (3.48/4.46 MIPS) - 2MB Chip, 4MB PCMCIA, 11MB Fast, ACA-620 OC 680EC20@16.67/25MHz, RTC, 512MB CF HD, WB 2.1
A1200 (7.36 MIPS) - 2MB Chip 8MB Fast, MTEC Viper 68030@42MHz MMU, 68882 FPU, RTC, 1GB CF HD, T.Turbo 2, 2 Ext. Floppies, WB 3.0.
Atari 520 STFM - 1MB, Multiface ST.
Commodore 16 - 64K Mod, SD2IEC Drive
Commodore 64C - 64K, SD2IEC Drive
ZX Spectrum 48K Rubber Key - 48K, Composite Mod
ZX Spectrum +2B - 128KB
ZX Spectrum +3 - 128KB, DivIDE+ 64MB CF HD, Multiface 3.