Amiga 4000

Amiga 4000

The Amiga 4000 is the final Amiga ‘personal computer’ to be released by Commodore. SYSTEM OVERVIEW Launched in 1992, the Amiga 4000 came in two versions. The first released Amiga 4000 included the Motorola 68040 processor and 2mb chip RAM, the second A4000 arrived the following year. The A4000/030 utilised the Motorola 68030 CPU. Both … Read more

Amiga 2000

Amiga 2000

Following the high profile launch of the Amiga 1000, the Amiga 2000 was released in 1987. Aimed at a more high-end market Amiga, the Amiga 2000 is one of the most configurable Amiga’s available from Commodore. System Overview The Amiga 2000 utilises the same Motorola 68000 processor as the Amiga 1000. An increased 1mb RAM … Read more

Amiga 1200

Amiga 1200

The Amiga 1200 launched in October 1992 and signified the first decent upgrade from the previous 68000 based Amiga 500 range. System Overview Following the launch of Amiga 600, the Amiga 1200 arrived with a similar smaller form factor than that of the previous Amiga 500 range. 32-bit architecture, a Motorola 68020, AGA graphics and … Read more

Amiga 1000

Amiga 1000

Known at release as just ‘Amiga’, the Amiga 1000 is the first of the Amiga range of computers. Released in 1985, the Amiga 1000 was designed by Jay Miner and his team at Amiga Corporation. Notably, Commodore purchased Amiga Corporation in 1984, essentially saving the company from a dire agreement they had with Atari. System … Read more

About The Acorn Electron

Acorn Electron

Released in 1983, the Acorn Electron is a cost-reduced version of the BBC Micro. System Overview With the BBC Micro being focused primarily on schools, Acorn decided an affordable system could be successful with home users. Very much in competition with Sinclair and the ZX Spectrum, Acorn aggressively competed with the ZX Spectrum. Acorns Electron … Read more