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February 24, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Those seven slots on the top-end Commodore Amiga 2000, expected at the Hanover Fair next week, and in the US in April (CI No 627), will be split five for Amiga boards, two for IBM Personal add-on boards, with two more adaptable to the IBM standard; the machine has both Amiga and IBM buses for the optional Personalike board, and AmigaDOS will support MS-DOS as a task; standard configuration will be 1Mb CPU, 3.5 floppy, keyboard and mouse, and options will include second 3.5 or a 5.25 floppy, hard disk, and up to 7Mb more memory.

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