Commodore USA has unveiled its first Amiga-branded personal computer. The Amiga mini borrows Mac Mini stylings but packs a hefty punch into the compact package. An updated range also accommodates the lower spec Commodore VIC mini. Updates to the VIC-Slim keyboard-PC and C64x complete the new range.
Hmmm... just the mention of: Commodore, Amiga Mini, and then to see - 10:52 March 22, 2012, I just thought it must be an early April Fools Day type post.
And why bother as they say:
"The Amiga mini isn't cheap. The 1 TB hard drive entry-level model can be ordered from the Commodore USA website for $2495 in silver or black finish, and you can add a further $495 or $995 to that if you'd prefer a 300 or 600 GB SSD. A "barebones" version is available for $345, which effectively reduces the unit to a Blu-ray player - a costly one at that. Estimated delivery turnarounds are currently four to six weeks after an order is placed. "
As JC says, Yuck and not for me!!!
Maybe we'll see an Adam mini next. At least it was thanks to an Adam that my eldest son gave to our youngest son in the late '80s that got us into an LC Mac when we could no longer get the 8mm cassette tapes formatted properly for a working boot and storage "boot drive" that it used.