The legendary Commodore USA announced a new small form factor PC, the AMIGA mini with a 100% aluminum housing, finished by sandblasting and anodize oxidation. With a compact body, the mini PC is powered by an Intel Core i7-2700k 3.5GHz quad-core processor, 16GB of DDR3 RAM and NVIDIA GeForce GT430 graphics card with 1GB of video RAM, which is capable of driving three monitors.
The AMIGA mini sports a 1TB hard drive or you can get optional 300GB or 600GB SSD. There is also a slot-load Blu-ray combo drive. You can also find room for two additional 2.5-inch hard drives and a PCI Express x4 slot. The AMIGA supports WiFi connectivity and has four USB 3.0 ports. It is also equipped with integrated 7.1-channel sound, and provides HDMI, Dual DVI and DisplayPort.
The Commodore AMIGA mini measures 197mm x 197mmx 75mm and it comes with an engraved AMIGA logo (front) and Commodore logo (top) as well as a metallic Commodore badge on the front. Available in black and silver, the price is $2495 for base configuration, or you can get the barebone for $345.