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Past, Present, and Future Projects

There have been several attempts to revive the Amiga hardware with modern technology. In addition to the AmigaNG hardware, several projects attempt(ed), with more or less success, to provide modern Amiga hardware:

Names Photos Comments Statuses
Amiga 550
  A clone of the A500 with a Zorro II slot, an IDE port, two clock ports, and ports for the MAS-MP3-Player and accelerator boards. Abandonned
Amy the Dream Clone   A clone of the A500 in on an ATX motherboard. Abandonned
FPGA Arcade   A FPGA-based system that can mimic various computers, including the A1200 including the AGA chipsets. For sale
Minimig   A clone of the A500/A2000 or A1000 based on a FPGA. For sale
Mist   A FPGA-based system that can mimic various computers, including the A1200 including the AGA chipsets. For sale
Natami   An Amiga-compatible hardware to run natively original Commodore Amiga software with up-to-date and efficient components. Abandonned

 

FPGA Arcade

Amedia Computer sells the FPGA Arcade in a ready-for-use configuration that includes an Antec Vesa 110 Mini ITX case with a SDHC-Card 8GB, an ATX adapter, and a proper backpanel. They can also include the Workbench 3.1 electronic licence as well as the original Kickstart 3.1 file. With this configuration, it is only a matter of plugging the board into a 15kHz monitor and playing!

 


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