Nicknamed A300 before release, Amiga 600 managed to come out by Commodore in March 1992. Now that’s 25 years ago. In this article I will be looking at this amazingly powered 32-bits home computer from Commodore. ECS chipset mini Amiga Without numeric keyboard part, A600 is sort of an hybrid
Here in this article, I want to address one of the most misunderstood rumours about Amiga. There is even websites writing about that AmigaOS 2.x introduced 32-bit multitasking, but AmigaOS 1.x managed to do multitasking at the stage in Lincoln Centre (New York), when Amiga 1000 was launched by Commodore.