@cstrotm Would be nice if you posted some experiences as you use it. I've been thinking about one of those for a long time.

@Steinar I will post some information over time on m68k.info and here, but I'm not an Amiga user. I will not use old Amiga software or games.

I'm interested in the 68080 CPU and doing some development. I'm also interested in the operating system. I will also use EmuTOS and MINT on the V4SA.

@cstrotm @Steinar Where can I find a review of these boards?

I learnt C and m68k asm on Amiga, and I was very fond of the OS design.

@codewiz @cstrotm I have no idea. The manufacturer hosts a discussíon board and there's a fair amount of stuff on Youtube.

@codewiz @cstrotm @Steinar you're going to struggle to find decent reviews outside of forums with a lot of bias. Its a very polarizing closed source design with a lot of drama and toxicity around it. This is from earlier but I dont know what has and hasnt been fixed retromodsblog.wordpress.com/20

@stevelord @codewiz @Steinar

Thanks for the pointer. I will read it later (after I''ve used the V4SA for a while).

I hope I can write a review from an outside, unspoiled view.

I've never been in the Amiga community, nor much in other m68k machines (I come from an 6502 and 8086 background). I know the Amiga community is kind of fragmented, which is kind of sad.

@cstrotm @codewiz @Steinar It's always best to stay away from the recycled threads. EAB is fairly good. Amigalove is really nice but quieter.

@cstrotm Ah, oh. Also sowas, wie der Ultimate 64, aber halt Amiga. Schönschön!

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