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#1 2014-12-05 01:22:14

Registered: 2014-05-29
Posts: 1,064

Oddest of Apple Oddities

I don't normally follow the Amiga scene, but the AmigaOne X1000 struck me as being a bit amusing, since it's an AmigaOS machine using a PA Semi PA6T-1682M CPU.  So basically, it's an Amiga using an Apple CPU.
If ever there was a machine to qualify for the "Other" category, this esoteric piece of Apple history has gotta qualify.


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