>You don't know what you lost back there! The plastic one has a proper 1571 inside, keyboard garage in the bottom casing, handy handle on one side and (except the fan) makes much >better impression when it comes to the attention to details. At least on the outside ;-) The weak point were two plastic hooks on the back side. Virtually all I have seen somewhere had at >least one broken. >-- >SD! When I first saw the case in Tokyo I named it "urusai" meaning "noisey" due to the fan blowing out, they laughed but I think they got the point and did say they (might) change it. With that said I appreciated that they had gone to the trouble of putting one in. :) The pisser was the 25 conductor cable for the keyboard cost as much as the VIC and 8563 chips combined! I will have to see if the plastic hooks on mine are broken on the back....lol Mine has "not an Amiga" written on it in sharpie as a couple of flunkies tried to walk off with it thinking they could play Marble Madness. Amiga envy got so bad that you could go to lunch an come back and find out Madness wouldn't run because someone swiped the RAM expansion right out of the powered up unit. I left Amiga on in my office just to listen to the hypnotic music of Mindwalker. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-05-02 22:01:01
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