The Newest North American Amiga hardwere dealer, Amiga By The Lake, has started a very interesting blog and their first article looks at the XENA programmable controller and user expansion port found on all AmigaOne x1000 and x5000 systems.
It can get pretty technical but is worth the read.
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So, the guy that has been Vlogging on YouTube about his open-source 68030 accelerator every week or so just announced his plans to make a 68040 version for the Amiga 500. Wow!
Back in 1998, Amiga Inc was in talks with QNX to use their desktop system as a potential base for the nextgen Amiga. Their web archive page also teased a new system for developers of OS5dev:
Ah, all the glory of tower systems in the late 90’s! Who else remembers these?
You can see their developer’s page archive here:
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Well, if there was a race to see which of the Amiga-flavors of OS would support both SMP (multiple processor cores) and 64bit architecture, along with the extra RAM afforded by 64bit addressing, it was won by AROS. Check out the video below:
Enjoy this video by an Amiga user who wants to add a CD drive to their Amiga 1200:
Here’s a good video about restoring an old Amiga 4000 with a VideoToaster.
Here’s a demo of the Hollywood development program running on the Amiga 500 with the Vampire 500 accelerator. This was from AmiWest 2016. Looks good!