Linux Powered Commodore Amiga Mini PC Launched

It sells for the measly sum of $2495 (€1895) so you better start saving

 
Amiga has just launched the  new Commodore AMIGA mini, with Commodore OS Vision installed by default, a custom Linux distribution.

Amiga has just launched the new Commodore AMIGA mini, with Commodore OS Vision installed by default, a custom Linux distribution.

The new Commodore AMIGA mini features a great hardware configuration and a price to boot. It's supposed to bring back the old days of Amiga or at least the feeling.

According its makers, the Commodore AMIGA mini PC features an Intel Core i7-2700K processor, 16 Gigs of DDR3 memory, HDMI, 2-Dual DVI and DisplayPort output (with VGA adapter), 7.1 channel high definition sound, four USB 3.0 ports and four USB 2.0 ports, 2 Wi-Fi antenna, 1 TB hard-disk, and the ability to drive 3 monitors.

It comes with Commodore OS Vision, a community driven Linux distribution for Commodore enthusiasts, which is based on Debian and Linux Mint.

Users can download Commodore OS Vision right now from Softpedia and they can start save up some money as the new mini PC from Commodore costs $2495 (€1895).

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