Commodore Amiga Mini

History in the Remaking


After a long absence, the once popular Amiga brand is back, courtesy of its parent company Commodore. The revival, dubbed the Amiga Mini, like a Leprachaun in a boxing ring, is short in stature, but big at heart. With obvious nods to its similarly named Apple counterpart, the Amiga Mini is made out of a sleek aluminium casing which comes in either silver or black. Under the hood, you’ll find a powerful Intel Core i7 3.5GHz (3.9GHz with Turbo Boost) quad-core processor, 16GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 GPU complete with its own 1GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. It also includes a slot load Blu-Ray drive and internal space for two 2.5″ hard drives. Note that all these options, with the exception of the Blu-Ray drive, are considered add-ons and are not included in the “barebones” price of $345. A fully decked out Amiga Mini will set you back $1345. Coming in at 7.5 inches square and 3 inches tall, there’s no denying that the Amiga Mini is a tiny powerhouse. Hot on the heels of the Commodore 64’s recent comeback, this revival of Amiga lets us wonder which unit Commodore will revive next…

Buy Now: $345+

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