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Amiga Prototypes

The Amigas' history is littered with the remnants of direction changes, liquidation, and abandoned projects. This page lists the Amiga prototypes according to their developer. To read a year-by-year description, examine the Unreleased Timeline page.
 
OFFICIAL AMIGA PROTOTYPES
Amiga Inc.
Commodore Computers
Commodore devices
Escom/Amiga Technologies
Gateway/Amiga International

OPERATING SYSTEMS
Amiga Operating systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIRD PARTY DEVELOPERS
Atari
Eyetech
Haage & Partner
IAT Manufacturing
Impera
Infomedia
Index Information
Meternet
Merlancia
Micronik
Nokia
Phase 5
PIOS
Power Computing
Quikpak
Sendo
Sun Microsystems
Thendic
Viscorp
Williams
Unknown
Multiple developers
Media inventions


Amiga Inc. (circa 1982 - 1984)
- The Amiga Lorraine
- Amiga PC Developer Machine

Commodore (circa 1984 - 1994)
- Ranger
- A1000+ variants
- A1000Jr
- CDA-1 (Pre-production CDTV)
- CDA-2 (Pre-production CDTV)
- CDTV-CR
- A3500
- Amiga 300
- Amiga 3000+ and AA3000
- Amiga 3200 & 3400
- Acutiator System Architecture
- A4000 Pre-Production model
- Amiga 1400
- Amiga Nyx
- CD32 computer conversion kit
- Hombre Game Console
- Other Amiga designs
- Prototypes that would become Classics

Commodore devices
- Unreleased Commodore Amiga devices
- Amiga 690 CD-ROM drive
- A4000 MPEG card
- CD1200 CD-ROM drive
- Gemini multiprocessing card

Escom/Amiga Technologies (circa 1995 - 1996)
- A1200+
- The Mind Walker
- Escom Power Amiga '97
- Escom systems that were planned for release

Gateway (circa 1997 - 1999)
- The Gateway Amiga Convergence Systems
- Amiga Developer System
- Amiga MCC

Third party Products

Atari
- Atari 1850XLD

Eyetech
- AmigaOne v1.0 Prototype

Haage & Partner
- Haage & Partner PPC Amiga

IAT Manufacturing
- The Impulse Multiprocessing System

Impera
- Impera- Amiga Slot Machines

Infomedia
- Infomedia TVision

Index Information
- Index Connect
- BoXeR
- BoXeR 2
- Siamese PCI

Meternet
- SimpleBox wb8616JID

Merlancia
- MMC Apocolyps DT
- MMC Apocolyps Leopard LT
- Merlancia MCC/Apocolyps ST
- MMC Tsunami
- Hurricane UltraLite palmtop
- MMC Radian

Micronik
- Micronik M-Box

Nokia
- Media Terminal

Phase 5
- A\Box
- Pre\box
-AMIRAGE K2

PIOS
- PIOS One: TransAM

Power Computing
- A5000 Mark 1&2
- Power Computing/DCE A6000

Quikpak
- Quikpak Systems
- Amiga DEC ALPHA

Sendo
- Sendo Z100

Sun Microsystems
- Sun Amiga Clone

Thendic
- Smart-Boy

Unknown
-The Puma & Panther

Viscorp
- Amiga ED and UITI

Williams
- HoloPin - Pinball 2000

Multiple
- Amiga laptops
- Super Sente arcade machine
- Amiga Set-top boxes
- Amiga Transputer Projects

Media Invention
- Fictional Amigas created by magazines
- The Amiga name change
- The Amiga Rumours
- The 68080-Based Amiga
- The Amiga G3 Lazarus
- iAmiga


Amiga Operating Systems

- CAOS
- Windows NT
- Dec AmigaOS
- Viscorp AmigaOS
- AmiBeOS
- AmiQNX
- Amiga O.E.

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