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The creators of Armiga promised an update and kept their word. In version 0.8 we get reduction of input-lag and support for AGA systems like the Commodore Amiga 1200, Amiga 4000 and Commodore’s game console AmigaCD32 released in 1993. The most serious drawback got fixed and using the mouse is now comfortable, in the previous edition the cursor had a sort of flying attitude. With the Armiga you can play your favorite Amiga games in all HD glory with the 720p output from the Armiga. Play them fullscreen (16:9) at original 4:3 or a something in between (3:2) and enhance them with scanlines, a CRT effect or plain pixel doubler. Bring in your games in the supplied 8GB Class10 microSD card or in a pendrive. Just plug it into any USB port and get instant access to them. Also use your PC-standard USB mouse, keyboard and gamepad. There are several editions available starting from €119 and €169 for a special black edition coming with all legal kickstarts and 8GB SD card. For more information or how to buy please visit the website www.armigaproject.com

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