During the time period between 1985 and 1994, Commodore retained exclusive control over the Amigas development.
The Commodore Amiga series is separated into three generations that
demonstrate an improvement in processing power and graphic capabilities.
At each stage, the custom chipset were upgraded from the Original ChipSet (OCS), to the Enhanced
ChipSet (ECS), and finally Advanced Graphic
Architecture (AGA). After their demise, Amiga Technologies/Amiga
International continued to distribute the A1200 and A4000T machines. The following
list is divided according to chipset and release date. To read a
detailed description of the Amiga chipset, read
Commodore Amiga 1000
Commodore Amiga 500
Commodore Amiga 2000
Commodore Amiga 2500
Commodore Amiga 1500
Commodore Amiga 3000
Commodore Amiga 3000T
Commodore Amiga 500+
Commodore Amiga 600
Commodore Amiga 4000
Commodore Amiga 1200
Commodore Amiga 4000T
Amiga Technologies Amiga 4000T
Following the closure of Commodore, third party companies were
licensed to develop their own Amiga clones.
They did not allow 3rd party manufacturers to develop their own
Amiga clones, fearing that it would impact their own revenues and
threatening hefty lawsuits when it happened. Fortunately, subsequent
owners have had an open licensing policy allowing those interested
to license the technology for a specific market. These systems are
aimed to move the Classic Amiga market into new directions.
New Star A5A00
The Wonder TV
Amiga Coldfire Project
Individual Computers Clone-A
More Classic Amiga hardware may be found on the Arcade Amiga page.
The AmigaOne is a series of PowerPC motherboards capable of running
AmigaOS 4.x. The objective is to rewrite
the Amiga OS to faster hardware and introduce functionality expected
of a modern operating system. The AmigaOne motherboards comply with
the broad Zico specification.
AmigaOne G3/G4 ATX motherboards
Last Update: 09/04/2006
A1-Micro mini-ITX motherboards
Classic Amiga hardware