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For the 21st Century Commodore Enthusiast!


Happy 30th Birthday, Amiga!


On July 23, 1985, the Amiga 1000 was introduced by Commodore. The Amiga quickly became known for its graphics, audio, gaming and production capabilities.   Amiga_1000DPThe Amiga 1000 originally sold for $1295 without a monitor. It had a Motorola 68000 CPU running at 7.14 Mhz, 4 channel stereo sound, graphics modes that could display up to 4096 colors at once, and a pre-emptive multi-tasking GUI-based operating system.

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