Hallo Martijn, > Ruud: The guy demonstrating that machine, was it one of your members? Yes, Wim Planting. > Wasn't it supposed to be some weird 486DX4/100 clone? Could be, the idea to develop this baby was spread the year before so the K6 didn't exist yet. But it was an AMD-chip for sure. > Hmm.. But I strongly disagree with Webcomputers regarding the "expandablity" > of that machine ("Look! You can expand it using ROM-cartridges!")("Kewl! > Could I have a Linux-cartridge, then?") I don't know. The main idea is to see it as a way for people unfamiliar with PCs to have access to internet. It certainly will address people who know the C64 from their youth but stopped with computering from then on. Groetjes, Ruud PS. als je al daar was, had dan wat van je laten horen. Het is best leuk om iemand beter te leren kennen dan alleen als een "tekst" via een mail server :-) - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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