Released in 1990, the Amiga 3000 delivered the best specification seen at the time. Including a Motorola 68030, 2mb of RAM and 68882 math co-processor, the Amiga 3000 certainly was no slouch.
The system is highly expandable in the way that the Amiga 2000 also is. It also includes a number of proprietary connections for Amiga specific peripherals. One significant addition was the inclusion of a built-in high-speed SCSI controller. This allowed multiple devices to be connected at once such as hard drives and CD-ROM drives.