The AmigaONE X1000 is not like other computers. It's based on a PowerPC CPU architecture, it includes Xena, a "Software Defined Silicon" co-processor, and above all it runs AmigaOS 4.
It is now over 30 years since the launch by US computer company Commodore of the Amiga A1000, a revolutionary machine that introduced multimedia and multi-tasking to the world. While AmigaOS has continued in development (making it possibly the longest developed and used desktop OS in the world) the hardware side has had a harder time of it since the demise of Amiga's old parent company, Commodore.
A-EON Technology, in co-operation with Varisys, Hyperion Entertainment and AmigaKit created the AmigaONE X1000, a new high-end, prestige platform that will once more allow the Amiga Operating System to shine.
The AmigaONE X1000 ends the years of AmigaOS being coupled to outdated hardware - great as it was at the time, the world has moved on a long way since the days of Commodore. For the first time in many years, AmigaOS has a genuinely modern hardware platform.
AmigaONE X1000 Latest Specifications:
PA Semi Dual-core PA6T-1682M, nominal 2.0GHz (1.8GHz standard) PowerISA™ v2.04+ CPU
"Xena" 500MHz XMOS XS1-L2 124
ATI Radeon Evergreen or Northern Isles graphics card (option)
2GB or 4GB RAM (option)
1TB Hard drive
22x DVD combo drive
Boing Ball case
Boing Ball keyboard and mouse (option)
7.1 channel HD audio