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The first product of the updated Amiga: the specification
Not so long ago we wrote that in the near future new computer systems may appear on the market under the legendary Amiga trademark. This event has not yet happened, but the specifications of their first product from ACK Controls and the Amiga have announced.
The solution will use the SoC platform (system-on-chip – system on a chip) Freescale MPC8349E with a clock frequency of 400 to 667 MHz. The mainboard will be made in the Flex-ATX form factor (17 x 17 cm) and equipped with one DDR2 DIMM slot (up to 1 GB), one PCI port, 66 MHz for a graphics adapter, two PCI, 33 MHz for additional expansion cards, two gigabit network ports, four USB 2 ports.0 and SATA (the latter via Silicon Image Sil3114 controller).
Audio codec introduced by C-Media CMI8738.
Currently Amiga is determined with the OEM-manufacturer of such systems, but the price of finished products has already been named – $ 489.
For most users, obviously, the second Amiga system will be of greater interest, the technical characteristics of which are still unknown, and the price will be about $ 1,500.