Ralph's Amiga Page
Why is it my favorite?
- Inexpensive and Flexible
- AmigaDOS: a real-time, multitasking, message passing, operating system
- Multimedia capable in all models since the first model relased in 1984
- Built in 4 channel stereo sound output
- Built in graphics coprocessors
- Amigas can emulate DOS/Win, Mac, CP/M, C64, Spectrum, and other computers!
I own 4 Amigas!
- 2 Amiga 500's
- Amiga 2000
- Amiga 1200
Amiga WWW Sites
- The Amiga
World Wide Web Resource
- Presented by Michael J Witbrock of Omnipresence International
- The Amiga Web Directory
- A free service of the Champaign-Urbana Commodore Users Group
- AmiNet is a large archive of Amiga software and information which operates
as several mirror sites world-wide. It is the best internet resource for
Amiga file downloads. AmiNet access points in the USA are:
Perhaps you'd be interested in some scans from Byte Magazine, back in
the days when it wasn't a Microsoft Windows rag:
- Byte Cover, August 1995 - The release
of the Amiga 1000
- Byte Ad - A technically oriented ad describing
the Amiga architecture which was landmark new technology in 1985. Newer
Amigas have improved upon this.
- Samples of Amiga 1000 boot sound (not in other models)
- Amiga in the CBD's