|Developer: Commodore International
Launch date: 1992
After ESCOM bought Commodore in 1995 they reintroduced the A1200
and the A4000. Unfortunately due to Escom's increasing difficulties
they could not launch the A4000 until after the early stages of
1996. It contained a slight update to the A4000T, the tower based
system that Commodore designed before they went into liquidation.
It still had the standard 6Mb ram, but also included 1 Gigabyte
Hard Drive and the 68060 processor running at 50Mhz. However, due
to Escom's increasing financial difficulties it was not advertised,
or even displayed in their shops and is rumoured to have only sold
an estimated 2000 machines world-wide.
A4000T- the new QuikPak version
Exactly the same as the A4000T except for the addition of a IDE
Atapi CD-ROM drive and 2 gigabyte hard drive.
A4000 Technical Specs
The Amiga Chronology