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A month after the death of Commodore's founder, the world's top-selling 1980s home computer brand is back with a beast in a small box.

12th May, 2012
The Commodore Amiga Mini.

Commodore Amiga Mini

A month after the death of Commodore's founder, the world's top-selling 1980s home computer brand is back with a beast in a small box.

The Amiga Mini, the computer company's first new product in 20 years, is built to strongly resemble Apple's Mac Mini. But it is far more powerful, with 16GB of Ram and a quad-core 3.5Ghz Intel i7 processor under the hood complementing a one-terabyte (1,000GB) hard drive. That means...

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