A 32bit Amiga
machine that was the last to be left after the death of the mothership, Commodore
It was a cheaper A4000 style machine with a Motorola MC68EC020 chip running at a little over 14 Mhz. 4 channel 16bit sound. 880k floppy drive was the most common storage media, and came prepackaged with Amiga Workbench 3.
There were problems with it's expansions ports and in the end software hacks were the only way to avoid them. It wasn't fully compatible with most early A500 software.
A fun machine to hack on and probably the last popular Amiga.