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Klicka för fler bilderCommodore Amiga 600

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1992.

This was a replacement for the Amiga 500. A further slimmed machine, without numeric keyboard, which made it next to a screen-les laptop as the Commodore Amiga came. Amiga 600 had, however, a PCMCIA slot, and you could connect a variety of things, such as disk drive, CD-ROM drives or more memory to it.

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Former owner: Gunnar Vikström, Sävar

Technical data

 
Year 1992
Origin USA
Manufacturer CBM
Name Amiga 600
CPU Motorola 68000
Speed 7,16 Mhz
OS Amiga DOS 2 and WorkBench 2
ROM 512 KB
RAM 1 MB up to 2 MB
I/O ports Mouse/joystick, joystick, disk drive, serial, parallel, audio R & L, video, comp, RF modulator, PCMCIA, expansion
Text modes 60 x 32 or 80 x 32
Graphic modes 320 x 256, 320 x 512, 640 x 256, 640 x 512
Colours 16 up to 4096
Sound 4 channels stereo
Built in media 3,5" disk drive
Power supply External