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According to Anti-Gravity Products of California, Eagle Computer of Germany
has created a new, unique Pentium-class bridgeboard for Amiga 4000s, which
they will distribute in North America.

The board actually consists of a custom A4000 daughtercard and custom tower
case, which the A4000 motherboard must be installed in.  The new
daughtercard gives the Amiga seven Zorro-III slots and two video slots, as
well as a dedicated (to PC) PCI bus of 4 slots, one of which is inline with
the special Pentium processor card.

The bridging software will share certain input devices and a clipboard
between the Amiga and PC sides.

For more information, contact Anti-Gravity Products, 800-7-GRAVIT.
[We would welcome contact information for Eagle as well. -Jason]