Commodore - Desktop Amiga 3000
By Commodore CPU Motorola 68000 @7.16MHz Memory 1MB RAM, 9MB Max Sound 4x8-bit channels @28 kHz stereo Sprites 8 16pixel wide/scanline 3 colors Display 16.8 million color palette, with 262,144 simultanuous. Display Chip Denise Sound Chip Paula - 4 DMA-driven 8-bit PCM channels CPU Class 68000 Developed by Commodore
Commodore CBM II
Commodore Home Computers
Books & Publications
Collection of books for the Commodore computer platform
Books & publications for the Commodore Amiga line.
Magazines & Serials
German Commodore 64/128 Magazine and themed Specials (Sonderheft)
US Magazine devoted to the Commodore Amiga Computer. It started as a user group magazine growing out to a professional magazine lasting almost to the turn of the century.
Amiga Computing was a long-lived and respected magazine published initially by Europress, later IDG, covering most aspects of the Amiga.
The Amiga Joker was Germany's first and largest trade magazine for amigas and enthusiastic gamers from 1989 to 1996.
Magazine for the Commodore 64/128/Amiga
Commodore Revue is a French Magazine dedicated to Commodore and later to the Commodore Amiga in particular. The name later changed to Amiga Revue.
BiMonthly magazine for Commodore users in the USA
Oldest British Comodore Magazine
Compute!'s Gazette was a computer magazine of the 1980s, directed at users of Commodore's 8-bit home computers.
Una rivista italiana di informatica dedicata a tutti i computer Commodore. An Italian computer information magazine dedicated to the Commodore Computer.
RUN focused on 1980’s Commodore 8bit hardware like the Commodore 64, VIC-20, Plus/4, C16,116, 264, and 128.
Your Commodore was a magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Commodore PC range.
Manuals & Catalogs
Technical and software manuals for the Amiga
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