Classic Computer Magazine Archive ST-Log ISSUE 24 / OCTOBER 1988 / PAGE 7

Not so quiet on the Amiga front

Irving Gould, CEO of Commodore Business Machines, has announced the Amiga 2500 and Amiga 3000. Prototypes of the new machines were shown at the CeBit show in Hannover, West Germany last summer. The Amiga 2500 comes with a 68020 CPU, while the Amiga 3000 comes with a 68030 CPU. Some new LSI custom chips are also being developed which will further enhance memory management, disk I/O and graphics. Gould did not mention any new prices, but he expects the machines to be out sometime this year.

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