Saturday, 1 October 2016

Adelaide Amiga & Retro-Computing Event - Sept. 16, 2016

Italian MIDI keyboard for the Commodore 64
Can you read Italian?
Jane M. Voskamp of JMV Graphics and Robert Bernardo
AmigaOne X1000 on the left, Tabor on the right

The lower-cost Tabor board from A-EON
The Amiga CD32 ready to play a game

Various boards for big-box Amigas

Trevor Dickinson of A-EON overlooks the video from the Tabor

Amiga 600

Another A600

SDK-85 single board computer

Yes, another CD32

Amiga 500 with AdRam

Commodore items

Altair 8800

A.L.I.C.E. laptop with Amiga OS 4.1
George Foumakis with his SX-64

Commodore 16 resting in its original packaging

Gaelyne Gasson of The Internet For Commodore Users and Jane M.V.
A C16 power supply not seen in North America

The C16 box damaged from moisture

Near the end of the event
Playing Amiga games
A fine example of a Holden Commodore 2004
Keeping it clean
Look at that label on the dash!
Courtesy of my friends, Gaelyne and Rod Gasson, I arrived at the Adelaide Amiga & Retro-Computing Event on-time at 7:30 p.m..  However, many attendees were already there, having arrived earlier.  Trevor Dickinson of A-EON greeted me, as did organizer George Foumakis.  For the next 3 hours, we had lots of Commodore and Amiga fun!

The next day I was privileged to have a ride to the airport in George's Commodore car!

Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group

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