The moral successor to the Amiga 500 (The Amiga 600 was marketed as one, but quite plainly wasn't), the Amiga 1200 was based on a 14MHz 680ec20 and had Commodore's new AGA chipset allowing 8 bit colour or an effectively 18 bit mode by clever hardware tricks. Highly expandable (kits are now available to add PCI slots to them) and hugely popular up to the point of Commodore's death, the 1200 was pretty much the desktop machine of 1993 and 1994 (well, in Europe, at least).

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