Talk:Amiga 2000

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Separate Models into 3 streams?[edit]

I think that this article could be relayedout on the lines of the A2000 article at Big Book of Amiga hardware. http://amigahardware.mariomisic.de/cgi-bin/showhardware_en.cgi?HARDID=17 There are enough differences between the revisions to justify separate sections for each. The early German Model As were quite different from the later US Model Bs. The Model Cs are a bit mixed up, since the early ones are still OCS (but with the 1Mb fat Agnuses, and 1Mb Chip), and the later ones are ECS (my first A2000 was one of these) :). 58.107.79.77 04:09, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

If you feel like it, please do. When I wrote the tech. specks I was quite confused about all the models and revisions. Headache inducing, truly.--Anss123 07:37, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Need pictures of Zorro II / Zorro III expansion cards[edit]

I need example pictures of Zorro II / III expansion cards for the Plug and play article. Can any Amiga hobbyist reading this page upload some images of their Zorro expansion cards to the Commons? DMahalko (talk) 04:10, 11 May 2011 (UTC)

Amiga 1500 merge proposal[edit]

The Amiga 1500 is- as its own article states- essentially a variant of the Amiga 2000 with a second floppy instead of a hard drive (and controller). It strikes me that there is little that couldn't- or shouldn't- be dealt with in the main Amiga 2000 article.

We can (if necessary) convert the Amiga 1500 page into a subsection redirect (to within Amiga 2000) and place the redirect itself within categories so that it still appears as a separate entry. Ubcule (talk) 00:09, 16 July 2012 (UTC)