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private:armigaproject 5140695 May 22nd, 2019 12:00AM Armiga Project 11 1.00 Open Telecommunications May 22nd, 2019 09:38AM May 22nd, 2019 09:38AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel! Open Open
private:armigaproject 5140695 Mar 9th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Mar 8th, 2018 11:28PM Mar 8th, 2018 11:28PM Open
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!
private:armigaproject 5140695 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Armiga Project 10 1.00 Open Telecommunications Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM The Armiga Project is born from the feeling that something is missing in today's games. Lot's of people look back to the old consoles and computers and remember the feelings they had. Some of this sensations can be taken back with emulators, but much of the experience is missing; it's not only the game, it's a whole. Inserting the cartridge in a 16-Bit console, the floppy disk load times..., the look and feel of the old stuff... All this is specially true in some systems and the Commodore Amiga 500 is, with no doubt, one of them. It was a breaktrhough in its time and still now it fascinates engineers all around the world. One proof of the deep footprint it left on the users is that lots of them keep the original computer and most of them a box full of games. There are some big problems now with this systems, though: they are big for today standards, suitable for just one thing and A/V quality is low and requires legacy connector. Wouldn't it be great, we thought, if we could take the whole experience back, but improved A/V quality, using modern connectors, in a small form factor and adding versatility?. That's where it all began. Taking off-the-shell components and custom designed ones, we already have the first prototypes working! In a nutshell, the Armiga Project is a mix of hardware and software that aims to take back the original Amiga experience..., even its look and feel!

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