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Gareth Knight
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Amiga Surfer bundle

Developer: Amiga Technologies
Year of sale: January 1996
Price on release: Unknown

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The Amiga Surfer was the second bundle to come from the short-lived Amiga Technologies. It was intended for release at the end of January 1996 and consisted of the basic A1200 system, fitted with a 260MB hard drive and a 28800bs (Bits Per Second) modem. It is noted as being the first low-end system to be aimed at the more technical side of computing. A suite of Internet software were included, such as Magic User Interface(MUI) 3.2, AS 225 R2 (TCP/IP software), MindWalker (an earlier version of Voyager-NG), AmiRC (IRC Client), AmFTP (FTP Client), Voodoo (E-mail manager). It was also set to include the productivity software featured in the Amiga Magic bundle. All systems would include an option to connect to the IBM Internet link and get 100 hours free connection.

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