HiQ’s Siamese System goes Alpha

HiQ is pleased to announce that the Siamese System now supports Alpha based WindowsNT workstations. In conjunction with Digital’s FX!32 translation system, version 2 of the software now shipping runs transparently and at high speed.

The Siamese System integrates a Windows95/NT PC with any Amiga with an 020 and AmigaOS 3.x. In use the two systems appear as one, greater than the sum of its parts. The supplied software and hardware allows you to use one monitor, mouse, keyboard and printer for both machines, as well as mounting all the drives of the Windows machine on the Amiga. The amazing Siamese RTG allows you to retarget compatible Amiga screens at high speed to your Windows desktop, in resolutions up to 2048x2048, and has to be seen to be believed running on a Wintel machine, let alone an Alpha.

With high end Alpha 21164A CPUs reaching 600mhz, and the 21164PC CPUs coming in at Pentium prices, Alphas are the perfect machines to Siamese with your Amiga. The awesome rendering speed of the Alpha in conjunction with the still unbeaten video capabilities of the Amiga/Toaster/Flyer will unleash your creativity and greatly increase your productivity.

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