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A3200 and A3400

Developer: Commodore
Year of development: 1991

A few months after the cancellation of the A3000+, the Commodore engineering team resurrected the A1000jr project as an internal testing model for developers. This resulted in the creation of two ECS-based prototypes - the A3200 and A3400 - that were never intended for mass distribution. As can be expected, the protoypes were incomplete, demonstrating several major bugs, including CPU-intensive IDE interface (even worse than the A4000 version), slow memory access, and an absence of SCSI.

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