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Genesis Alpha A1200 systems

On September 1st, 1998 Randomize of Toronto announced the release of their new Amiga-based systems aimed at the American market, based upon A1200 and A4000 motherboards.

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Genesis Alpha A1200

Motherboard A1200
Operating System AmigaOS 3.1 ROM, disks, and manuals
CPU Blizzard Motorola 68030 40 Mhz accelerator
Memory 32 MB RAM (optionally expandable to 128 MB)
Drives 2.5 GB IDE hard disk, Double Density disk drive,
Display AGA chipset
Sound 4-Channel Stereo
8 Bit DMA Interfaces:
  • 1 x serial RS-232c,
  • 1 x parallel (printer),
  • 1 x external floppy drive,
  • 2 x mouse/joystick,
  • 1 x 23 pin video RGB for monitor, output from AGA Chipset,
  • 1 x video composite,
  • 1 x RF modulator,
  • 2 x stereo audio
Expansion Optional SCSI controller
System Price $1099.95 CDN, $739.95 US

 

Genesis A1200 060 System

The same system specs as above.

  • Motorola 68060 50 Mhz

 

Genesis A1200 PPC System

Similar system specifications to the A1200 system above, as well as:

  • Motorola 68060 50 Mhz and PPC 603e 240 Mhz,
  • SCSI Controller

 

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