The Amiga system was introduced in 1985 by Commodore Business Machines. The first model, the Amiga 1000, boasted 6 bit colour, a standard resolution of 640*256, 8 bit stereo sound, 256 Kb of RAM and a revolutionary GUI-based operating system (Workbench); many models followed, the most advanced being the A4000, introduced in 1992, which had 8 bit colour, 4 Megabyte RAM (expandable) and built-in IDE interface. Eventually Commodore went bankrupt due to its incapability to market the Amiga as anything else than a games machine, despite its revolutionary Operating System. Nowadays the machine has a loyal following and plans are underway to design a next-generation system based on it.
Please only submit sites offering information on the cancelled Amiga MCC system to this category.

MCC

The Amiga Multimedia Convergence Computer (MCC) was a low-end consumer system that Gateway were developing in 1999. It was never released because Amiga left the hardware market to focus on software.
Please only submit sites offering information on the cancelled Amiga MCC system to this category.
Pages about programs that run on real Amigas, including alternative operating systems.
Please do not submit emulation-only sites here.