Subject: amiga's being made again.
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org.OZ.AU>
Date: 05/24/1995 14:58:34
in this weeks "unigram.x" (number 538):
ESCOM WILL USE 68060 IN NEW AMIGAs UNTIL A POWERPC VERSION IS READY
Escom AG, Heppenheim, which bought the intellectual property rights,
patents and brand names of Commodore International Ltd last month,
will relaunch the Amiga line soon and will develop a PowerPC version
probably within a year. The relaunch will feature the Amiga 1200 and
4000 made in China by Tianjin Family-Used Multimedia Co with Motorola
Inc 68080 chips. The PowerPC version will be marketed as both a
serious RISC-based machine and a 32-bit games computer, sold with
either Windows NT, IBM Corp OS/2 or Apple Computer Inc Mac OS. A
64-bit machine will follow.