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Commodore Amiga 1000 "The Amiga"

Type:16/32-bit home computer
CPU:Motorola MC68000 @ 7.09 MHz (PAL), 7.16 MHz (NTSC). Upgradeable.
Operating system:AmigaOS 1.0 and Workbench 1.0
Memory:ROM: 8 KB bootstrap.
WCS RAM: 256 KB for the Kickstart OS loaded from disk
RAM: 256 KB (Expandable to 512 KB or more)
Sound:Four hardware-mixed channels (two left and two right)
8-bit PCM @ sampling frequency up to 28 KHz.
640*256 pixels, 16 colors
640*512i pixels, 16 colors
320*256 pixels, 32 or 64 colors
320*512i pixels, 32 or 64 colors
Palette: 4096 colors
640*200 pixels, 16 colors
640*400i pixels, 16 colors
320*200 pixels, 32 or 64 colors
320*400i pixels, 32 or 64 colors
Palette: 4096 colors
Storage:Integrated 3.5" floppy
Optional external 3.5" floppy
Input:Separate keyboard
Connectivity:Analog RGB out
TV MOD out (For Amiga RF modulator)
Composite video out
Stereo audio out
2*game/mouse ports
Printer/Centronics parallel
Floppy drive port
86-pin expansion port
Power consumption:
Dimensions (W*H*D):? mm (?")
Weight:? Kg (? lbs)
Manufactured:1985-1987 (Discontinued)
Other:The first ever Amiga to be produced.

Custom chips:
Agnus - OCS display controller
Denise - OCS graphics coprocessor
Gary - System address decoder
Paula - Audio and I/O controller
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Notable "ham" software: