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AmigaOne

AmigaOne is a trademark available for licensing from Amiga, Inc. (http://www.amiga.com) to computer hardware distributors and manufacturers. The only currently "AmigaOne"-licensed hardware is the Mai Logic, Inc. (http://www.mai.com) "Teron[?]" series of POP-based motherboards, when this is distributed by the U.K. computer vendor Eyetech Group, Ltd (http://www.eyetech.co.uk).

"AmigaOne" was originally the name of a project for new Amiga hardware, managed by Eyetech, to be designed by the German company Escena GmbH (http://www.escena.de). The AmigaOne motherboard was to be available in two models, the "AmigaOne-1200" and the "AmigaOne-4000." It was to have connectors for an Amiga A1200 or an A4000[?] respectively, in order to utilise the old custom chips of an Amiga. The AmigaOne project was cancelled in 2001.



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