Amiga 600


Jens, hardware guru of Amiga parts have made some interesting posts on a1k.org about production of new 030 Amiga 1200 and 600 turbocards. The Amiga 600 turbocard is especially interesting considering old Apollo A630 cards go for as much money as second hand PPC  can go for on the eBay.

Lets hope to see them on the Amiga market before the year ends, I am already looking for an Amiga 600 😉

Amazing whats next?

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There have been a few accelerators made for the Amiga 600. They are notoriously rare these days since most people just got a faster turbo board for their A1200 back in 97-98. Their popularity have only got bigger in recent times -Who does not want a small genuine 68k Amiga with a bit more speed boost than a stock 7.14MHz 68000 CPU?

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This tutorial shows you how you can access a FAT16 (Windows compatible) formatted Compact Flash card on your Amiga 1200 and Amiga 600 in order to transfer files from your PC to your Amiga.

An old 16 MB CF-card will be fine for transfering files to your Amiga from your PC.

An old 16 MB CF-card will be fine for transfering files to your Amiga from your PC.

The first thing you need to do and have is to get yourself a PCMCIA adapter for Compact Flash cards. Every Amiga 600 and 1200 comes with a PCMCIA-port on the side, this port can be used with network cards and modems also. (more…)

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