Its neat to see another one of KS's creations, however, it doesnt have the appeal the IO did. Its not being sold below cost (as near as I can tell from the site) through some sort of payback scheme and I wouldnt say its a very original form factor either for the price.
On the first site Codeman mentioned, I noticed a link to "Northgate Computers." They've made a fortune selling computers via home shopping tv networks. I guess Mr. Savage did ok after the i-opener battle after all.
It's a shame about the "new" Northgate. My first PC was a 16MHz Northgate (the Real Northgate) 286, which came with the legendary OmniKey 102 keyboard (which has lasted through 5 computers and is still my main KB--with a PS/2 adapter, of course...)
I wonder if the current Northgate made the IA to Savage's specs or he is just flogging it for them.
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