The Amiga was certainly the first to give us a glimpse of what a multimedia PC is, at the time. The name may be able to gather support among the Amiga faithful, but unless it can draw people to it with useful applications that are on the same level, but cost much less, it really doesn't have a leg to stand on.
Straight out of the box it need to have a killer web browser, and very excellent networking capabilities that will allow it to coexist with Windows/UNIX/Mac minimum. After that it's basic stuff like an office suite. The rest of it should be those apps you'd expect to see on Amiga, video and audio based.