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Offline goldfish

Power Amiga 7000
« on: January 18, 2019, 11:04:38 AM »
I was looking for old Amiga show videos. one site I found was about World of Amiga and a new Amiga see below. Does anybody have any info on this mystery Amiga that clearly never happened.

New Amiga Set For Unveiling At Show
A brand new Amiga - the first for several years - will make its debut at The World Of Amiga show in May.
Called the Power Amiga 7000, it is being launched not by a hardware developer as you might expect but by Direct Software.
"This is something the whole Amiga world has been waiting for," says Direct Software's Shaun Flowers. "Everyone who comes to the show will want to see it in action.
"Not only is this a new Amiga, it's the most powerful ever - with 22 Megabytes of RAM - and it will outblast any PC under £3,000.
"When VIScorp took over they promised they would bring out a new Amiga, but it never happened - now we've actually gone and done it.
"The machine is up and running right now. We'll be demonstrating it at the show and we'll be taking orders for it at that time."
As well as the new machine, Direct Software will be bringing with them more than 400 Amiga software titles.

Offline zipper

Re: Power Amiga 7000
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2019, 03:46:22 PM »
The A5000 and A6000: These were new models announced by Power Computing in 1997. Maybe 7000, too? (A7000 is an Acorn model...)
« Last Edit: January 18, 2019, 03:48:41 PM by zipper »