Saku 2013 was the biggest Amiga event in Finland in over 10 years
OULU, FINLAND - October 3rd, 2013 - The biggest Amiga event in Finland in
over 10 years was successful with over 200 visitors. You can find photos
and videos from the event page at:
Saku 2013 presented a great variety of new and old Amiga and Commodore
related machines. For example these machines were shown: several A600 and
A1200 computers, A4000T, CDTV, CD32/SX-1/FMV, DraCo Vision, AmigaOne X1000,
SAM440ep, Power Mac G5, PowerBook G4, Mac mini G4, AROS PC, Raspberry Pi
with AROS, Turbo Chameleon with Amiga core, Minimig, several C64 systems,
SX-64, C128D with audio equipment, VC-20, Plus/4, PET 2001 and KIM-1.
The Deathbed Vigil, MindCandy 2 and a video report of Saku 98 event were
shown on bigscreen in the auditorium. Finnish Amiga retailer Gentle Eye had
lots of stuff for sale, Finnish Amiga Users Group was selling mousemats,
t-shirts and stickers with its new "AMIGAAA!" logo and Skrolli magazine had
its own stand. There was also a multiplayer competition on Stunt Car Racer.
The best players were awarded with comic books about gaming industry, Chris
Huelsbeck's Turrican Anthology downloads, Allister Brimble's Amiga Works
CD+USB, new Skrolli magazines, signed posters from A-EON etc.
About Finnish Amiga Users Group
Finnish Amiga Users Group (officially Suomen Amiga-käyttäjät ry.) is a
registered, non-profit organization dedicated to helping Finnish Amiga
computer users by preserving and advancing the Amiga hobby and knowledge
of the Amiga computing platform in Finland. The group aims to reach its
goals through volunteer efforts such as maintaining a web site and
discussion forum and organizing events.