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    Re: Vampire V4 standalone Amiga and all-in-one accelerator announced

    These things never seem to happen here... too busy with work and general life stuff. I WILL make an effort though as I do fancy playing some old skool games again. Sensible Soccer ftw!
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    Re: Vampire V4 standalone Amiga and all-in-one accelerator announced

    Retropie makes it pretty easy

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    Re: Vampire V4 standalone Amiga and all-in-one accelerator announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    Daft question, what do you need the Amiga for, this looks like it takes over most of the functions, why not just release it standalone?
    "This product won't just be made as an add-in accelerator card for existing Amiga computers, it will also be produced as a standalone product with 68080 CPU core and the complete SAGA chipset (AGA compatible)."

    1st paragraph....

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    Re: Vampire V4 standalone Amiga and all-in-one accelerator announced

    For what are the connectors called IO Header #1, IO Header #2 and IO Header #3 for?

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