The last time I used an Amiga PC, I was in grade 7.... and the date was 1980-something.
Arstechnica has the full story on the latest version of the Amiga to actually surface - something none of us here at PCSTATS ever thought we'd be writing news about.
"The AmigaOne Micro "C" model measures 17cm x 17cm and contains an 800MHz IBM PPC 750FX or GX CPU (commonly known as the G3). This CPU is on a removable daughter card so it can be replaced with a G4 (PPC 74xx) module (800MHz ones are available now, faster ones are in development, including a 1.5GHz G4 from Freescale). It comes with 256MB of PC-133 RAM onboard, plus an extra SO-DIMM slot. Onboard graphics are provided by a Radeon 7000 with 32 megabytes of memory."