I thank a friend for the donation.
- Hardital (Italy) Bang 2082.
- This is a Accelerator expansion for Amiga 500/2000 with a 68020 @ 14.3 MHz (synchronous) and a optional FPU up to 68882 @ 25 MHz (asynchronous).
- Logica (Italy) Kick Mouse.
Gallery / Autopsy:
- 1 x Amiga 500 with 512k expansion and Kickstart Switch.
- 1 x Joystick Quickshot II Plus.
- 2 x Joystick Slik Stik from Suncom.
- 1 x New Genlock from Logica
- 2 x Amiga 500 Mouse.
- 2 x Amiga 500 Powersupply.
- 2 x 1084S Amiga 500 Cables.
- 1 x Scart Amiga 500 Cable.
- 1 x RF Cable.
- 2 x Amiga 520 Modulator.
- 1 x Amiga Eye Video Digitizer.
- 2 x Bulk Joystick.
- Amiga Workbench Disk (Original).
Thanks to Piero.
The Amiga 500, also known as the A500, was the first “low-end” Commodore Amiga 16/32-bit multimedia home/personal computer. It was announced at the winter Consumer Electronics Show in January 1987, at the same time as the high-end Amiga 2000, and competed directly against the Atari 520ST. The A500 was released in mid 1987 at the price of 595.95 USD without monitor.