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Amino Freedom

The Amino Freedom is a Linux-based set-top box priduced by Amino Communications. This particular model features dual RF-inputs, ethernet, component and composite video output, as well as HDMI and SP/DIF connectors. it also has a Common Interface slot for a CAM (Conditional Access Module) - this would have been used to enable access to subscription or pay-per-view services.

Manufacturer: Amino Communications
Date: 2010

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Amino AmiNET 103 Amino Communications 2009
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41565. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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