O incrível micro-computador AMIGA

Tudo isso em 1985! Só vi um Amiga ao vivo na loja de pirat.. err… cópia de disquetes Byte e Bit (ou era Bit e Byte?) que existia no Edifício Maleta

A comparação com os concorrentes na época era extremamente brutal:

Amiga 1000 Atari 520 ST Apple Macintosh 512K IBM Personal Computer XT Model 5160
CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 7.16MHz (NTSC)
Motorola 68000 @ 7.09MHz (PAL)
Motorola 68000 @ 8MHz Motorola 68000 @ 7.8338MHz Intel 8088 @ 4.77MHz
Colours: 4096 from 4096 16 from 512 2
(Black and White)
16 from 64
(If fitted with the EGA display card)
Maximum resolution: 736×482 (NTSC)
736×580 (PAL)
(16 colour maximum in 640x resolutions) *
640×400 (only Black and white in this resolution, more in lower resolutions) 512×342 (Black and White) 640×350
(If fitted with the EGA display card)
Sound: Stereo 8-bit 4 channel PCM sound sampled at up to 28.604kHz (PAL) or 28.867kHz (NTSC). Mono 8-bit 3 voice Yamaha YM 2149 programmable sound generator Mono 8-bit 1 channel PCM mono sound sampled at 22.25 kHz 1-bit beeper (built in mono speaker)
RAM: 256K
(expandable to 8704K)
512K
(expandable to 4096K)
512K
(NOT expandable)
128K (expandable to 640K)
Price in 1985:
(US Dollars)
$1,285 not including monitor $799.99 including monochrome monitor $2,795 including built-in 9 in (23 cm) CRT monitor Varied depending on options, up to $10,000!

Fonte:  Amiga Museum

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