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The AOA Computer Museum - 1992 - Commodore Amiga 1200
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Written by danrok   
Sunday, 03 April 2005 11:07
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1992 - Commodore Amiga 1200
1992 - Dell Precision 386SX/25
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Commodore Amiga 1200 

Commodore launched the A1200 in 1992 and it sold very well at £399 in the UK. The CPU was a Motorola MC68EC020 with 2 MB of RAM as standard, expandable to 8 MB or more. The highest screen resolution was 1280 x 512 pixels with colour capabilities of 24-bit, i.e. 16.8 million colours. The on-board sound was 4-channel, 8-bit stereo.

The Amiga was the gaming machine to have and possibly the equivalent of today's Playstation in terms of popularity.

First two photo's below are Bradmax57's Amiga.

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The Commodore Amiga 1200.

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The A1200 with mouse and extra floppy drive.

Amiga 1200 logo
The Amiga logo.



 

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