Stephen Jones is a very devoted Amiga fan and he is working on a new stylish case for Commodore Amiga motherboards. Based on an original concept of a product launched in 1990 this is a re imagination for the new era of Amiga computing. It is being designed to allow the fitting of A500, A1200, Vampire, Tabor 1222 and Amy Mini-ITX motherboards. It is inspired by the A3000 and A1000 cases to suit many purposes and to deliver the ultimate retro feeling. If all goes to plan Stephen Jones hopes to launch a Kickstarter in January 2018. Watch this this 30 minute presentation to find out out more!
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