Amiga prototypes that Commodore hid from the world see light of day!

Pretty much everywhere you go now someone is talking about today's Amiga 30th birthday. So it came as no surprise to us to find the odd golden jem in a land of lost ideas, prototypes of Amiga systems that either didn't see the light of day or only one person ever had a working model stored in a dingy basement. However thanks to Techradar they've tracked down never-before-seen prototype versions of the multi-tasking powerhouse and a D-44 Amiga development system - only 100 of which were ever made - in addition to a prototype Amiga 2000 called 'The Ranger'. So go and check these rather special beasties out and wonder what type of Amiga we would've had, if these got a commercial release.

Links : Amiga Prototypes / Commodore Amiga Facebook group

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