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On July 23rd, 1985, the Commodore Amiga was unveiled at the Lincoln Centre in New York.

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Hard Trance [Amiga 600 1MB - 1995]

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Twenty-five years ago today, a new personal computer was unveiled at a black-tie, celebrity-studded gala at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre in New York's Lincoln Centre.
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AmigaOne X1000 - What is X?

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Mediator is a PCI implementation for connecting PCI devices in Amiga computers, allowing expansion of Amiga with all kinds of industry standard hardware products like graphic, sound, network, USB, TV tuner, ISDN and MPEG-2 hardware decoder PCI cards.
Moreover, the Mediator PCI busboard is ready for SharkPPC PCI cards based on the latest PowerPC G3 and G4 processors.

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"The product that we are going to ship is going to be much better than OSX from Apple". "OS 5 is ahead of schedule, and we will be making public announcements concerning the product in the 4th quarter of this year" - Bill McEwen.

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Amiga Clone 64 bit OS

I will make a quicker amd64 port - a slightly modified x86 version for amd64 cpu. The old concept reborn. The huge disadvantage is (yes, you will be disappointed now) that the new kernel will offer almost nothing more than the x86 one. That means - all applications will still run in one huge address space common to all processes. It's still the fastest possible approach on x86_64 architecture - some 2 MiB pages covering the very first 4 GiB address space - all of them in translation look-aside buffer (TLB) of the CPU.
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Bill McEwen of Amiga, Inc. writes in a public letter: "Over the last several months and in fact couple of years, Amiga has continued our software and business development and generally kept quiet. This path of quietness was chosen so that we communicated only when there was a development that culminated in a product that could be purchased. In recent weeks, our being quiet has been interpreted as weakness or an open invitation to attempt harming our business relationships and opportunities with partners and customers."

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