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Computers sure have come a mighty long way!

Commodore Amiga The Amiga was shipped in with a 7 MHz Motorola 68000 CPU and of RAM (expandable to a whopping with an excellent audio system, high-resolution and high-color graphics, built-in voice synthesis (in software), and a sweet floppy drive.

64 to 30: Commodore's game-changing computer enters its fourth decade

64 to 30: Commodore's game-changing computer enters its fourth decade

A lovely picture that takes me back to the Spectrum / religious wars, the Mac/PC wars of the

Commodore Amiga 1000 personal computer with 1081 RGB monitor running Electronic Arts Deluxe Paint. The Amiga 1000 (1985) was the first model released. Original photo by Kaiiv (de.wikipedia), editing by Pixel8.

Commodore Amiga 1000 personal computer with 1081 RGB monitor running Electronic Arts Deluxe Paint. The Amiga 1000 was the first model released. Original photo by Kaiiv (de.wikipedia), editing by

1984 IBM computer: floppy drive & 20+ MB hard drive; price approx. 6,000

1982 ish, it was an elective class in High school IBM computer: floppy drive & MB hard drive;

Commodore

Commodore Magazine, June Back in those pre-internet days I bought several computer magazines each month, and devoured them.

Computer for the receptionist's desk in Dr. Wally's office.

Le papa de l’Amiga est décédé à 83 ans

A1000, the first Commodore Amiga model. It brought an audiovisual revolution in 1985.

the first Commodore Amiga model. It brought an audiovisual revolution in

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