This week saw the release of the latest AmiKit X, a very fancy Classic Amiga prebuilt setup using WinUAE to create a ready to run rather awesome looking Amiga experience on your modern PC or Mac system.
Articles from Epsilon's AmigaOne X1000 Blog
My apologies for the lack of blog posts recently. This has been due to a long personal illness, a death in the family involving travelling to Japan and also work being incredibly busy. Sorry for this but it was beyond my control!
But despite this I have not been idle with my Amigas and indeed have been busy doing work on Icaros Desktop 2.2 upgrade on my Acer AspireOne, Classic Amiga upgrades for my A1200, 2000 and 4000D, and even doing more work on my Amiga 4000T too!
This week saw the release of the latest version of Hollywood 7 for AmigaOS 4! I quick bought it to give it a go on my X1000.
I thought today I would cover the recent computer room re-organisation I did back in January to try to make a little bit more room for more Amigas to be running :-)
It is nice to be blogging again! Thanks all for your patience. I am getting better slowly, although not entirely fixed up yet.
Today though I wanted to take a look at the recently released Emotion media player for AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition on my AmigaOne X1000.
My sincere apologies about the lack of blog entries in 2017.
Unfortunately I now have to pause the blog for a bit while I am dealing with some personal medical issues. It is taking more time than I thought to find the source of the problems through multiple tests and it is still ongoing.
Welcome all to 2017 and sorry for the delay in blog posts this month. The reason is because I have been unwell and still working to trace the cause of it. Anyway, I am back and looking forward to a great 2017.
It was a very exciting week last week with the arrival of my Vampire 500 V2!
On December 9th we held the last Adelaide Retro Computing Group meeting for 2016, with a BBQ and a free for all retro theme! We got to see some great systems and a very interesting presentation by Alexis on his home built Retro computer!