Commodore Amiga A600 games console

Made:
1992-1993
maker:
Commodore Business Machines
Commodore Amiga 600 Computer
      The low-cost Commodore Amiga 600 is the smallest Amiga machine and was designed to compete in the 16-bit console market

Commodore Amiga 600 Computer The low-cost Commodore Amiga 600 is the smallest Amiga machine and was designed to compete in the 16-bit console market

Commodore Amiga A600 games console with accessories, 1992-1993.

Amiga 600 games console made by Commodore Business Machines from 1992.

The low-cost Commodore Amiga 600, or A600, is the smallest Amiga machine and was designed to compete in the 16-bit console market as a replacement to the popular Amiga 500+. The Amiga 600 was quickly superseded by the technically superior Amiga 1200, released later in the same year.

The A600 was sold with a choice of games bundles including 'Lemmings' and 'Robocop 3D'.

Details

Category:
Computing & Data Processing
Object Number:
2008-5082
type:
personal computer
credit:
The National Media Museum, Bradford