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What are Amiga Auctions?

Trying to find an Amiga for sale?  Look no further, Amiga Auctions has you covered!  We have Amiga computers, full systems, hardware, software, CDTV and CD32 systems, add-ons and games - all for sale and for auction!  We have Video Toasters and Toaster systems, books, upgrades, and much more!  Just click on any of the links on the left to select from the wide range of Amiga products for sale!

 
What is an Amiga?

In 1985, Commodore Business Machines, manufacturers of the Commodore 64, released the Amiga 1000 personal computer for sale to the public.  And it was revolutionary:  integrated chipsets for graphics, file system access, and sound co-processing (all of which is now called 'Multimedia').  The Amiga included a multitasking operating system (Kickstart & Workbench) with a window GUI, stereo sound and 4096 colors - 5 years before VGA graphics or Sound Blaster compatibility became 'standards'.  A full 10 years before Windows 95 allowed for full integration of the PCs video, sound and input/output systems.

The Amiga was so efficient that NASA, JPL and the Department of Energy all used banks of Amiga computers for various operations..  To this day, NASA still uses a bank of Amigas to monitor launch systems for the Space Shuttle.  Sadly, Commodore did not want to take IBM or Apple on in the business computer market, so the Amiga became niched as a 'game machine'.  

Commodore died its slow, corporate, death in 1994, but Amiga lives on.  All the classic Amigas can be found right here at Amiga Auctions!  Trying to find an Amiga for sale?  Look no further, Amiga Auctions has you covered!  We have Amiga computers, full systems, hardware, software, CDTV and CD32 systems, add-ons and games - all for sale and for auction!  We have Video Toasters and Toaster systems, books, upgrades, and much more!  Just click on the links below to see the range of Amiga products for sale!

 
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AMIGA TIMELINE

1985 -

The Amiga 1000 goes on sale.
Electronic Arts releases DeluxePaint.

1987 -

The Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000 are released.
WordPerfect for Amiga is shipped.

1988 -

Commodore releases the Amiga 2000HD and Amiga 2500.

1989 -

Commodore announces that 1 million Amiga computers have been sold.

1990 -

The Amiga 3000 goes on sale.
NewTek ships the VideoToaster.

1991 -

CDTV is released.
Commodore releases the Amiga 3000UX, with Unix System V Release 4 instead of Workbench.

1992 -

Commodore ships the Amiga 600, the Amiga 4000 and the Amiga 1200.

1993 -

CD32 is shipped for sale to consumers.

1994 -

Commodore announces voluntary liquidation.
Jay Minor, original designer of the Amiga 1000, passes away

1997 -

Gateway buys bankrupt
Amiga.

1999 -

Gateway's Amiga prepares for return.
Gateway unloads Amiga name to
Amino Development.

2000 -

AmigaOne computer announced based on
Motorola PowerPC processor.

2004 -

Amiga Inc. has been sold to KMOS.
KMOS later changed their company name to Amiga Inc.

2007 -

Amiga, Inc. and ACK Software announce the
specifications for new Power System computer.

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