Interview: Computer History Museum to host rare Amiga prototypes

Introduction and prototypes

Silicon Valley's National Museum of Computing is displaying several rare Amiga prototypes as part of an exhibition celebrating 30 years of Commodore's iconic computer.

The A1000, which was launched in 1985, was hailed for its multi-tasking capabilities and became popular with anyone from gamers to graphics artists, animators, musicians and writers.

Commodore released three generations of Amiga systems, including the popular Amiga 500 in 1987, before the...

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