I don't understand it. I don't. The tech specs for the Amiga One are a joke compared with the latest, or even 2 year old Macs and Windows based PC's. But, it seems that's ok, since Amiga OS is efficient and clean codewise, with great multi-tasking.
But one thing is obvious. If there is indeed a new Amiga, 3rd party support will be sparse indeed. Amigans would rely on good ol apps and PD apps to get thru, and a select few companies. Thats a sad state of affairs, that a legendary OS is not seen as "profitable" by the software and gaming houses.
I am totally in agreement with Akira and Miggy. Keep the a 1200 or such, keep the name respectful. Or use WinUAE, WinFellow, Amithalon, Cloanto, AIAB, Burseg Face Amiga (
@Burseg )...thats the way to go. But new hardware? A sad joke. 2 years in development, and everyone gets excited over a working Amiga One? Oooooooooooooo
Oh, and this snippet from the article was hilarious indeed LOL!!!
"Today Amiga continues leading the way in multi-media...."
:laugh :laugh :laugh