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Socoder -> Off Topic -> A500 Incoming

Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 04:27
steve_ancell
And the next recreated retro computer is... YouTube
Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 04:27
Jayenkai
I reckon the 600 would've been a better form factor. You just know it's only going to be a tiny board inside. Why waste the plastic?

Plus.. have you noticed how many Youtubers seem to have A600s in the background, lately?

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Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 07:01
Pakz
Not actually sure what I would be doing with it when I would get one.
Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 07:43
Jayenkai
My A600 still works fine, so it's not for me
.. to be honest, if you wanted something to play Amiga games, there was that lovely little "in a floppy drive" Armiga thing a while back.
That was gorgeous!

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Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 08:31
steve_ancell
Lost count of how many A600's I've bought and sold on over the years, must be at least 15 by now. I've had a couple of A500's but always wanted the A1200 but could never get my hands on one without paying craploads.
Posted : Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 13:20
rockford
I loved my A600, but tbh I don't miss it. There's always emulation if I ever wanted to go back to some of the classic games. I don't. But I could.