Ruud Baltissen wrote: > 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. Well, allthough I don't even consider buying one, it would certainly make the built-in emulator run more smoothly. Might save one entry in the comp.emulators.cbm or comp.sys.cbm FAQ: Q) Why isn't Fort Apocalypse working on my C64? A) Because it's a C64 Web'it > > > 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. Well, set-top boxes are commonly available. IMHO, this Web'it thingy could have some other public by implementing the possibility to use a harddrive. AFAIK, it doesn't have this at the moment. Now, it's only the n-th set-top box (and a rather expensive one, too!) > > 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 :-) I'm sorry. When I was at that stand on Friday, it was rather quiet (and noone manning the stand). On sunday, it was _that_ busy, that I didn't even consider coming near to it;) -- Fight Spam! Join CAUCE! == http://www.cauce.org/ Martijn van Buul, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Pienjo on #c-64 and #dohd (when I'm in the mood) Tijntje@OuterSpace - 188.8.131.52 3333 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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