The very last Amiga that Commodore made, before they had to close down was the ultra rare Commodore Amiga 4000T. One of Amiga’s most powerful models ever made, but Commodore managed to make only 200 or 2000 of it. The selling numbers is still unknown.
Datormagazin, which was Sweden’s biggest Amiga magazine in paper had a bigger article about Amiga 4000T, where they stated that Commodore managed to make 2000. However, at the Big Book of Amiga Hardware site about Amiga 4000T from Commodore that number is estimated at 100 to 200?
Intense Amiga home computer from Commodore was the Amiga 4000T
These spesifcations apply to the A4000T made by Commodore. The case is really exotic and it shows how far ahead Commodore was in their designing skills:
|Case Type:||Full Tower|
|Processor:||040@25Mhz (via Commodore A3640)|
|Kickstarts:||V3.1 (Two ROM chips)|
|Bus Controller:||Super Buster Rev 11|
|Expansion Slots:||5 x 100pin Zorro III slots
2 x AGA Video Slots (both inline with Zorro slots)
4 x Inactive 16bit ISA slots (3 inline with Zorro slots)
1 x 200pin CPU Fast Slot
|Standard CHIP RAM:||2MB (Surface Mounted)|
|RAM sockets:||4 x 72pin SIMM slots|
|Hard Drive Controllers:||1 x 3.5″ IDE Controller
1 x SCSI-II Controller
|Drive Bays:||5 x 5.25″ (3 Horiztonal, 2 Vertical, all with faceplates)|
|Expansion Ports:||1 x 25pin Serial
1 x 25pin Parallel
1 x 23pin RGB Video
2 x 9pin Joystick/Mouse
2 x RCA Audio (Left/Right)
1 x 3.5mm Headphone
1 x 50pin External SCSI
1 x RCA Composite
1 x 5pin DIN Keyboard
|Floppy Drive:||1 x Internal 1.76MB Floppy Drive.|
|Motherboard Revisions:||Rev 4|
|Battery Backed Up Clock:||Yes (Coin shaped lithium battery). Two terminals are also available for attaching an external battery|
Now all of this can be yours for only £6,000.00 on Ebay. This ultra rare Amiga 4000T can be bought there. However! I don’t understand the pricing of it? Yes, Commodore Amiga 4000T is really rare. But it’s not worth that much. Maybe half!? The case isn’t white. The front Amiga sticker is also a bit loose. But if you are a rich person, that just wants to spend some money on a rare Amiga. Then go on! It’s yours!
If the seller sold this in a much better state. Then I would understand the pricing. I have seen people selling their Amiga’s that are as new when they came out from the production facilities at Commodore. This Commodore Amiga 4000T is used. It is yellowed too. I would never ever pay more than maybe £2,600.00 for it. Nothing more at all.
Source: Ebay.com, bigbookofamigahardware.com