Originally Posted by Charlie
Ah, The Wonder TV - Now I'm really delving into the 'squishy archive' here so beware of upcoming B.S:
This baby was, I believe, a Chinese Amiga clone - if it's the one I'm thinking of it had a clone-AGA chip-set. So much for the other B.S. excuse that new Amigas couldn't be done because of limited supplies of AGA chips & a lack of schematics for making more...
...assuming the 'squishy archive's' data-retrieval is functioning correctly this one died a death courtesy of a previous A.(st)inc - they couldn't agree a licensing deal & that killed it!
The board inside was made by DCE and uses the original AGA chipset. It had an 68030 and 68882 with 50 MHz, two PS2 Ram sockets and two expansion slots. DCE used this board later as precursor of the Amiga 5000.