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Photo of an A2000 used to demonstrate what computers looked like in the 1990s
Posted on 10-Mar-2017 23:28:51
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Channel 4's 'The Last Leg' programme has just used an A2000 to demonstrate what computers looked like in 90s Britain!

It looked very much like this but it had a CD-Rom instead of 5.1/4" floppy.



Plus they put a picture of Mr Motivator on the screen





The jokes on them though because the Amiga 2000 was released in 1987 albeit not with a CD-Rom drive! The Amiga was always ahead of public perceptions of what a computer was

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