Does anyone know if they've actually got CD32 games running on this device or a standard Raspberry Pi 3? The reason I ask is that I have an AMD E-350 system running at 1.6 ghz that can struggle to play some Amiga games at full 50hz speed using WinUAE. For some games/demos I need to revert back to an older (less accurate) version of WinUAE to avoid slowdown (especially the Jim Power title sequence shown on their site).
If they intend to play Amiga/CD32 games with frame skipping to achieve full speed then there is no point IMHO.
Incidentally, I can run the following emulators with the majority of games running fine on this mini-PC: Amstrad, Apple2, Mame, Atari 2600/5200/7800/800/Lynx/ST, Colecovision, Commodore 64/Amiga, Gameboy Advance, Intellivision, MSX, Nintendo NES/SNED/64, Visual Pinball, Playstation, Sega GameGear/megaDrive/SMS, ZX Spectrum, plus PC games like Call of Duty MW2, Quake 4, Dirt 2, etc. It is probably the lowest spec PC that I could recommend for a retro-gaming/HTPC.