Hardware

Features

  • 100% Amiga compatible
  • Motherboard fits into standard 5 1/4" hard disk drive bay
  • Motorola 68EC020 processor running at 14MHz
    option of 68EC030 @28MHz
  • On board 2Mb CHIP RAM, on board 2Mb or 8Mb FAST RAM
  • AGA Chipset (Alice, Lisa, Paula)
  • 2.3 times better performance than a stock A1200
  • IDE Hard disk interface
  • CD-ROM driver in ROM
  • Standard Amiga floppy disk drive
  • ISA expansion slot for low cost modems and I/O cards
  • Sound sampler with microphone input
  • Real Time Clock
  • CD-DA audio input connector and mixer
  • KickROM 3.1
  • 256kb FlashROM holds hardware logic and system software extension to allow easy updates.
  • 1kb Non Volatile RAM for configuration information
  • MPEG1/Genlock plug in unit in development.

Ports/Connections

  • Mouse - 9 pin D
  • Keyboard - 5 pin Mini-DIN
  • RGB - 15 pin High Density
  • Composite video - phono (motherboard jumper selects PAL or NTSC)
  • Parallel - 25 pin D
  • Production model includes 3.5mm stereo audio output.
  • Reset button
  • Stereo sound out - stereo 3.5mm socket, front volume control
  • Mono sound in - mono 3.5mm socket
  • Floppy Disk
  • Serial - 10 pin (for 9 pin D), signals also available in keyboard connector
  • Parallel - 26 pin (for 25 pin D), this connector is normally used to provide the parallel port on the rear panel.
  • IDE - 40 pin (for 3.5" Hard disk and CD-ROM)
  • ISA bus 8 bit
  • Floppy drive DF0: - 34 pin header (for normal PC-Floppy)
  • Power In (standard hard disk style power connector)
  • CD-Audio input, combines CD Audio with Amiga sound.
  • Joystick - 10 pin (for 9 pin D)
  • A1200-Clockport Connector
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