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The Amiga A4000T is the only Amiga to include both a SCSI-II controller and an IDE interface on the motherboard. And, if you can believe the entry in the BBOAH is also THE RAREST home computer ever, with only ~35 known to exist. Note: This is referring to the units manufactured by Commodore, and not those that followed the bankruptcy. Anyway, she's a rare ...


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The Amiga Kickstart ROM is modular. As such, you can build custom ROM images containing whatever selection of libraries, devices, and handlers you would like to be ROM resident. And, as you indicated, the total ROM image can be up to 1MB in size, even though all original Amigas shipped with a maximum of 512KB of ROM. Once you build a custom ROM image, ...


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