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The pictures below are of the Amiga Computer.
Amiga, Inc., initially founded in 1983 and re-established in 2000, is a computer software company with a rich heritage in game development and a focus on forging a path for multimedia platform development and hardware-independent technologies. For almost two decades its award-winning software has been a mainstay for motion picture studios, multimedia creators, and digital entertainment enthusiasts around the world. Unfortunately it was all but killed off by Commodore. Several companies attempted to revive the computer, but most failed.
At the 2008 International Computer Entertainment Show in LAS VEGAS-- Amiga, Inc. announced the availability of AmigaAnywhere™ version 2 (Amiga OS V5), the first phase of the Amiga OS. The new platform offers more features and flexibility to safely move content from a physical to a digital environment and instantly run all types of content on a variety of devices, including mobile phones, cameras, audio and video players, STBs, laptops, PCs and servers. For more information, visit www.amiga.com.
For those that used to use Directory Opus on the amiga you can get the windows version from http://www.gpsoft.com.au/.
Many thanks to Psygnosis, Team 17, Eric Schwartz and all of the other people and companies who created all of the programs, music, and animations over the years.