Commodore USA’s CEO, Barry, Altman, has just announced that the company will be rolling back the years in some way with an entire line of new AMIGA branded “AIO” (All In One) keyboard computers, thanks to an an exclusive worldwide license that has been granted by Amiga Inc. Basically, the company aims to release machines which will support AROS a good 100%, which is an open source variant of AmigaOS 3.1 that does have its fair share of stranglehold over the kids. What you see above is an old school image of the Amiga 3000, so we await with bated breath as to what the final computer will look like. Hopefully leaks on its hardware specifications will be released in due time to whet our appetite.
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