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Infinitiv 1300

Developer: Micronik
Launch date: 1997

Infinitiv 1300c-i

In the first of Amiga International's "Powered by Amiga" licenses, Micronik created their own tower system range. These units consist of an A1200 motherboard fitted with certain extras to boost performance. All of these systems are bundled with AmigaOS 3.1. The Infinitiv 1300 is situated at the low-end of Micronik's Amiga range.

Infinitiv 1300c-i

Motherboard: A1200
Processor:

68020 14.3MHz CPU

Memory: 2MB Chip RAM
Drives: 1.76MB high-density disk drive
Case design: Micronik tower case
Peripherals: 2 button mouse

 

Infinitiv 1300c-i/40

Motherboard: A1200
Processor:

Blizzard 1240 accelerator

Memory: 2MB Chip RAM
Drives: 1.76MB high-density disk drive
Case design: Micronik tower case
Peripherals: 2 button mouse

 

Infinitiv 1300c-i/60

Motherboard: A1200
Processor:

Blizzard 1260 accelerator

Memory: 2MB Chip RAM
Drives: 1.76MB high-density disk drive
Case design: Micronik tower case
Peripherals: 2 button mouse

 

Infinitiv A1300 plus

Motherboard: A1200
Processor:

Blizzard 1260 accelerator

Memory: 2MB Chip RAM
Display: Scandoubler for the connection of SVGA or multiscan monitors.
Drives: 1.76MB high-density disk drive
Case design: Micronik tower case
Peripherals: 2 button mouse

 

Infinitiv II A1300

A standard A1300 unit fitted into the updated Infinitiv II Tower case.

View advert for the Infinitiv case (75k)

 

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