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Amiga Anywhere products

After their purchase of the Amiga at the end of 1999, the newly renamed Amiga Inc. immediately announced the strategic partnership with Reading-based Tao Group. In a joint operation they began to adapt Tao's Elate OS for the consumer market.

Specifications

- Amiga desktop & PDA specifications

Compatible devices

The following products are capable of running Amiga DE, as a standalone OS (PDA, set-top market) or hosted on another operating system (developer boxes). It is understood that devices that fall into this category will be able to licence the 'Powered by DE' brand. Amiga DE devices can be divided into three distinct markets.

- The d'AMIGA Developer Workstation
- The Eyetech EZDEV developer hardware
- Amiga Anywhere compatible devices

Software

- Amiga SDK
- Amiga Anywhere Consumer release
- Amiga DE Party Pack
- Amiga DE Player
- Series Zero compilation
- Amiga Anywhere Entertainment Pack 1
- Pocket Pak for Pocket PC

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Last Update: 10/06/2006


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