Linked by Mike Bouma on Mon 19th Aug 2002 06:48 UTC
Amiga & AROS As Amiga Inc is about to re-enter the computer arena with new AmigaOS4 powered desktop systems as well as with 3rd party embedded products utilizing AmigaDE technology pre-installed, there are a growing number of people who wonder what an advanced classic AmigaOS currently offers. This was an important reason for me to write a simple to understand WinUAE tutorial, so this would hopefully help interested people with setting up a fun and easy to use emulated AmigaOS environment on widely available mainstream Windows computers. This article also includes many WinUAE screenshots and information on acquiring and using freely available software.
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But selling two rival products under one brand name doesn't sound too good to me. If Gateway really believed there were profit in Amiga in the modern world, they would go for it. But the problem with Gateway is that they want to have one foot in and one foot out. They want to be a big profitable OEMs, and the same time want to beat Microsoft and make even more money. I think they make their own choice.

Come on, if you were selling something.... say rubber, to a tyre company. Then that tyre company bought another rubber company and decide to sell both under their brand name. Would you want that?

I wouldn't.