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The Amiga's with no name

In addition to the concept designs created by Amiga Format and CU Amiga, several magazines have carried information that is an obvious fake. Here are just a few:

The Amiga-Mac
According to one source, Escom's German web page carried details of an Amiga bundle to be produced in Summer 1996. It would be an Amiga of some description (possibly a Walker) and would include the Emplant emulation software and Mac ROM's.

Several rumours were started in a UK PC magazine soonafter Commodore went into liquidation. The news item mentions:

Amiga 600 AGA - An 1mb A600 with the AGA chipset.
A4000/486 - An A4000 that used a 486 processor and an Amiga on a card.

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