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Retro 7-bit has just revealed it’s first prototype of the Wicher CD32, the expansion card gives the legendary Commodore AmigaCD32 extra performance. The Wicher CD32 comes with 8 MB RAM, an IDE-controller and a clock port. The Commodore Amiga CD32 was Commodore’s Fifth generation era home video console, and was launched early September 1993. It was based on Commodore’s Advanced Graphics Architecture chipset, and is of similar specification to the Amiga 1200 computer. On its release, the CD32 was marketed by Commodore as “the world’s first 32-bit CD games console”. The Amiga CD32 featured a 32 bit Motorola 68EC020 Microprocessor with 2MB of memory, 16.7 million colors, and a double speed CD ROM drive built in. Pricing and release is TBA…

More news: Generation Amiga magazine