Commodore unveils Amiga Mini PC with i7-2700K, Blu-ray

Matthew

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Steadfast in its mission to deliver retro machines, Commodore USA has unveiled a modern take on the Amiga. Called the "Amiga Mini," the system is compact enough to serve as…

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Exorbitantly priced is right, but I'd still love to have 1. Twould be a fun toy indeed.
 

Tekkaraiden

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That's probably the nicest mini itx case I've seen, very clean lines. It's unfortunate where they put the Amiga logo, would have looked better under the power button.

I'm surprised a 120watt supply is able to run the speced system, I would have thought it required more power.
 
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Please stop promoting these fake so called Amiga's... :-(

They are not Amiga's and are nothing more than overpriced off the shelf PC parts, in a non custom case that can be purchased on eBay, running a free Amiga emulator on a free OS (Linux) being labelled by CUSA as a "new" OS called "Vision"...

Not to mention CUSA are a company not to be trusted after all their fake photos they have posted over the past two years...
 

Tekkaraiden

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Guest said:
Please stop promoting these fake so called Amiga's... :-(

They are not Amiga's and are nothing more than overpriced off the shelf PC parts, in a non custom case that can be purchased on eBay, running a free Amiga emulator on a free OS (Linux) being labelled by CUSA as a "new" OS called "Vision"...

Not to mention CUSA are a company not to be trusted after all their fake photos they have posted over the past two years...
Would you be able to supply a link to this exact design of case? I've been looking on ebay for months with no luck.
 

madboyv1

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Agreed on Matt's Mac Mini sentiments, at least on a hardware level. I love me some itx goodness, but if I'm going to go THAT small, might as well go with the Mac Mini. *Shrug*

edit: or maybe work with a Norcotek ITX-7 (link = http://www.norcotek.com/ITX-7.php) and replace the 60w power supply with a higher rated PicoPSU.
 

Burty117

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Yeah, that case is pretty awesome, just a shame its soo much.

even £50 seems a bit steep but swallable for that size, but £80?!

oooww, well, it is a nice case after all :)
 
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It's the Streacom F1C Chassis

http://www.streacom.com/products/f1c-chassis/