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The Micro-AmigaOne....

Yes, if you are reading this then you are looking for more information on the MicroA1. Which from now on in this article we will just call the A1. This little motherboard is very exciting news for most Amiga users. Its uses are limited to your imagination, what better for an Amiga user? With its small size of just 170mm x 170mm (6.6929"x6.6929") it can be installed into just about any configuration.

With the board being of the mini-ITX standard it will fit into standard micro ITX cases, such as x86 based systems fit into. This gives the end user almost limitless possibilities when it comes to cases to choose from.

If a small powerful system is what you are looking for (without having to loose desk space then these are definitely systems worth looking into.

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