Over 30 years ago, Commodore released a new computer: the Amiga. With a thriving, active fanbase, the Amiga is still sometimes overlooked as an important part of tech history. Put on the nostalgia goggles, it’s time to take a look at this iconic computer and its lasting legacy.
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