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The following link contains high-resolution Amiga photographs. These are free for anyone to use (even for commercial projects, books, magazines, etc...) and are an attempt to supply publications with clean images of Amiga computers. The Amiga 500 in these images is new and was sealed in climate-controlled storage for almost 30 years. It was unboxed in order to take the following photos. A link to a 180 MB Zip file containing print resolution photos is also featured on this page. https://www.blitter.com/~nebulous/AmigaPhotos.html
Hi everyone! For those of us not able to experience PRGE in person this year, it would be great if people who are going to the show would be post photos, videos and stories from the show here (or links to them, if they're offsite). I hope everyone has a great time at the Expo this weekend! And if you get the chance to play some of the new games from AtariAge at the show, be sure to post your thoughts about them here as well. Thanks in advance!
Here's an album on imgur of the pictures my friend took while we were at VCF MW: http://imgur.com/a/gXkzg http://i.imgur.com/GOr1vwl.jpg That one is me adjusting a kaypro monitor. http://i.imgur.com/xHwhacR.jpg http://i.imgur.com/yWR85qT.jpg Those two are my Compaq 5/50CX 486 laptop that I use to burn EPROMs with my parallel port EPROM burner. I helped a few people at the show actually, burning EPROMs. I brought that setup to burn a couple for a project I was working on (a 68K board I've been reverse engineering) and several people ended up seeing the burner and asking me if I could erase and burn some EPROMs for them. http://i.imgur.com/X7Yj81j.jpg That's me demoing my DEC VXT2000. http://i.imgur.com/IWW6yyt.jpg That one is Slor demonstrating and selling AtariNet at the show. I didn't have too much Atari stuff to bring to the show this time around, my 800XL is out of commission and the 65XE needs a FREDDIE. I also had limited space at the show to set up. I decided to stick with the stuff I knew would be a bit more unique, like my DEC VXT2000 and the 68K project I mentioned. There are various other photo albums posted by other attendees of the show, listed here at the VCF MW website: http://vcfmw.org/past.html