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In June 1984, Amiga demonstrates a new computer, code-named "Lorraine".
Commodore purchases Amiga Corporation in August 1984. In july of 1985 Commodore unveils the Amiga 1000 in New-York. It features a multitasking, windowing operating system, using a Motorola 68000 CPU, with 256KB RAM, and 880KB 3.5-inch disk drive, packaged in a neat, compact desktop case, offering the unique feature of a "keyboard garage".
All for US$1300.
The software for this grandfather of the Amigas still runs flawlessly on the newest models.
The A1000 was followed by the pair A500/A2000. The A500 became the leading home computer succeeding the Commodore C64, while the A2000, with its vast expansion capabilities via slots and bays, became the work horse for professional applications.
These AMIGAS have the inside cover signed by over
50 peoples here is one of the signatures. The father of the AMIGA.
Mitchy Jay Miner's dog. The pawprint inside the A1000 case.