The Amiga is the fist low-end 16/32bit home computer from Commodore, it was a direct competitor to the Atari ST. The Amiga proved very successful in Europe and proved to be the best selling Amiga model. It is claimed that over 6 million Amiga 500’s were sold worldwide.
Processor Type: Motorola 68000
Processor Speed: 7.09 MHz (PAL)
RAM: 512kb (Up to 9MB using expansion)
Display: None – Connection to TV or Monitor using adaptors
Sound: 4 x 8bit channels
Storage: Internal 3.5″ Floppy drive and External Floppy & Hard Drive
Network: None as standard
Original Release Date: 1987
Cost (New in 1987): £499
Cost (In 2018 Price): £1378.83
Modifications I have performed:
General clean inside, replaced power supply with modern switch mode power supply, replaced RTC battery on 512k RAM expansion, still have some other work to carry out.