Amiga is one the most classic computer brands you can find. The name has been around, although more or less in the shadows, since the grand era of the computers in the eighties. The name jumped between a couple of companies before it ended up at Amiga Inc. and it has spent most of the time designing and developing AmigaOS 4.0. Amiga and ACK Software Controls have now announced that they’ve built two and will be selling two computers based on the PowerPC architecture and its AmigaOS. The two computers will cost $500 and $1,500 respectively. More information about the computers and the launch dates will be released the upcoming week.