Who says “size matters?” The new A500 Mini
Updated: Sep 19, 2022
Within the retro scene, particularly in recent years there has been a rise of replications of old retro consoles in a ‘mini’ form, the most popular of these was quite possibly the Mini NES and soon followed by the Mini SNES, then the market saw Sega and Sony also release mini versions of their retro consoles as well as of course the C64 Mini. It was only a matter of time that the market would shift to other platforms beyond just the retro consoles and bring back retro computers. The Commodore C64 mini arrived which was a successful product and so was shortly followed by a full size C64 replica, it surely was only a matter of time the Amiga would be done too.
The A500 Mini
The A500 Mini, designed to look and feel like the original Amiga A500 that came out in 1987, but with modern-day enhancements and the ability to play A500 and A1200 games.
Out the box the A500 Mini has 25 inbuilt games, but users can add their our downloaded games via USB flash drive.
The 25 inbuilt games are:
The A500 Mini Specifications
All Winner H6 ARM processor (Cortex A53)