Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 5th Aug 2007 11:33 UTC, submitted by Meng
Amiga & AROS "Minimig [homepage] stands for Mini Amiga. Minimig is an FPGA-based re-implementation of the original Amiga 500 hardware. In it's current form, Minimig is a single PCB measuring only 12*12cm which makes it the smallest 'Amiga' ever made and the first new 'Amiga' in almost 14 years! Minimig is available for download as an open-source/open-hardware design under the GNU public license. This page describes the architecture and the inner working of the Minimig. All design files can be downloaded from the download section."
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Clone-A
by jal_ on Mon 6th Aug 2007 07:54 UTC
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2006-11-02

So does anyone know what the status of minimig is compared to Clone-A? I saw the latter demonstrated on Breakpoint, and it seems it's fully functional. Also, it is claimed Clone-A can run *any* Amiga software, regardless what tricks are used. Can minimig do this also?

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