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© 1997-2006
Gareth Knight
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Quikpak
The bankruptcy of Escom in 1996 was a turbulent time for the Amiga. Many did not think the Amiga could survive a second bankruptcy in its lifetime and had even begun to call it the Amiga curse. Quikpak followed in the steps of VISCorp, announcing their plans to purchase the Amiga. The company was already a US manufacturer and had developed a range of systems that would take the Amiga into places it had never been. Towards the end it looked as if Quikpak would actually own the Amiga until it was snapped up by Gateway 2000.
-The Quikpak story
-Amiga Systems developed by Quikpak

Historical Documents

-Quikpak enter the race for the Amiga
-Quikpak make final bid for the Amiga
-Quikpak welcome the Gateway purchase
-Quikpak issue an open letter on plans to become an official Amiga licensee

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Last Update: 1/11/2001


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