The Amiga 600 is the smallest member of the Amiga family by its size but also, at the time, by its features. Although it has a case similar to that of the A1200 (form factor as the younger generation would say ), it is actually closer to a A500 in terms of processor, graphic chipset, etc. It does have a IDE internal port and a PCMCIA external port though but no numeric keypad! Now, such a small computer could have disappeared from memory, in particular after the arrival of its big brother, the A1200... but a vampire gave it a second life, and what a life!

Besides, the Apollo Team announced the Vampire v4, which can run standalone! It is so amazing that even Forbes ran a story about it .

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