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© 1997-2006
Gareth Knight
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- On February 1st, 1993, CBM announced that it had reduced the price of a number of machines. This is seen by many as the beginning of the end for pre-AGA machines. Others claim it is a last ditch attempt to get some well-needed cash. This was not reflected in their press statement that suggested they were moving to increase the number of machines in the multimedia market.

In today's competitive environment affordability is a key factor when computer buying decisions are being made. While Commodore has long been recognised as a price performance leader, these pricing moves will keep us forefront in the minds of decision-makers, said Geoffrey Stilley, vice president of sales. The new lower prices of the Amiga 2000 and 3000 series machines, combined with their powerful features and flexibility, will strengthen Commodore's position within the demanding multimedia marketplace.
-Geoffrey Stilley, Vice president of sales, Commodore Business Machines, Inc, West Chester)

 

Product Description Original MSRP MSRP Other Info
A2000 with 1084S Monitor Includes Motorola 68000 microprocessor, 1MB RAM, RGB video port and colour RGB/composite monitor $1539 $1299 -
A3000-25/50 Includes Motorola 25MHz 68030 microprocessor, 68882 math co-processor, 2MB RAM, 50MB hard drive, SCSI interface, 
15.75 and 31.5 kHz video ports.
$2729 $1499 -
A3000-25/100- Includes Motorola 25MHz 68030 microprocessor, 68882 math co-processor, 5MB RAM, 100MB hard drive, SCSI interface, 15.75 and 31.5 kHz video ports. $3379 $1799 -
A3000T-25/100 Tower configuration. 
Includes Motorola 25MHz 68030 microprocessor, 68882 math co-processor, 5MB RAM, 100MB hard drive, SCSI interface, 15.75 and 31.5 kHz video ports 
- $1859 New configuration
A3000T-25/200 Tower configuration. 
Includes Motorola 25MHz 68030 microprocessor, 68882 math co-processor, 5MB RAM, 200MB hard drive, SCSI interface, 15.75 and 31.5 kHz video ports 
$4499 $1999 -
A3000T-040/200 Tower configuration. 
Includes 25MHz Motorola MC68040 microprocessor, 5MB RAM, 200MB hard drive, SCSI interface, 15.75 and 31.5KHz video ports
$5998 $2875 -
A2630/4 Processor Board Motorola 25MHz 68030 microprocessor with 68882 math co-processor, memory management unit and 4MB of 32-bit RAM $1799 $1299 -
A2386SX-25 Bridgeboard 25MHz 80386SX co-processor board with 1MB RAM, and MS-DOS $959 $649 -
CDTV Player Includes Motorola 68000 microprocessor, 1MB RAM, 2K non-volatile RAM reserved for system, 512K ROM, and 540MB CD-ROM drive $999 $599 -

 

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