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Tuesday, 24 April 2007 09:52

Amiga hardware on the way

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In a blast from the past, hardware which operates on the Amiga OS is about to be released.A funny coincidence is that Spectrum just turned 25 and we wrote about it here.

Amiga and ACK will release two systems. The first is a consumer entry design that will offer a complete product with a target price point of $500.00, while the second will be of a power design that would have a target price point of $1,500.00. Both systems will be based around PowerPC architecture.

Manufacturing and final price information along with product launch schedules will be following in the next week.
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