Commodore Amiga Peripheral

The following is a list of Commodore Amiga Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 27 Commodore Amiga Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
3.5 Date: Unknown 3.5" Amiga Floppy drive

A white, plastic floppy disk drive for Amiga

Manufacturer :

Amiga 1010 3.5 External Disk Drive Date: 1989 Amiga 1010 3.5 External Disk Drive

Serial No XN 018929

Manufacturer : Amiga

Amiga 1011 3.5 External Disk Drive Date: 1989 Amiga 1011 3.5 External Disk Drive

The Amiga 1010 was introduced with the original Amiga 1000 as a second drive option

Manufacturer : Commodore

Amiga 500 Series II A500-HD8+ Hard Drive Impact Series H Date: 1991 Amiga 500 Series II A500-HD8+ Hard Drive Impact Series H

The HD8+ is a SCSI controller which connects to the side expansion slot of the A500/+

Manufacturer : Commodore

Amiga Action Replay Mk III Date: Unknown Amiga Action Replay Mk III

Amiga Action Replay plugs into the expansion port of the Amiga A500 and allows the user to freeze any program or activate slow-motion mode

Manufacturer : Datel

Amiga Capture Card Date: Unknown Amiga Capture Card

An Amiga capture card of an unknown maker

Manufacturer :

Amitar A500+ Memory Expansion Date: Unknown Amitar A500+ Memory Expansion

This expansion board for the A500+ allows you to add up to four SIMM memory modules to your Amiga

Manufacturer : Amitar

Amitek Fusion Amiga Genlock Date: Unknown Amitek Fusion Amiga Genlock

This Amiga accessory allows you to mix video and computer graphics

Manufacturer : Amitek

CD drive, probably Amiga Date: Unknown CD drive, probably Amiga

A black, metal CD drive, probably for Amiga

Manufacturer :

Commodore Amiga 2090 Hard Disk/SCSI Controller Date: Unknown Commodore Amiga 2090 Hard Disk/SCSI Controller

The Commodore Amiga 2090 Hard Disk/SCSI Controller supports both ST506 hard disks and SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) systems

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore Amiga 590 Hard Drive Date: 1989 Commodore Amiga 590 Hard Drive

This is a hard drive controller which connects to the expansion bus on the left side of the Amiga 500 (and later Amigas)

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore Amiga A2630 Date: Unknown Commodore Amiga A2630

This expansion card for the Commodore Amiga upgraded the system's CPU to either: 68030 @ 25 MHz, PGA 68882 @ 25 MHz, PGA can also be upgraded to 50 MHz with CSA's Rocket Launcher It also included memory expansion of: 2 or 4 MB RAM on board capable of DMA, but does not support burst mode 16 or 32 256k×4 page mode ZIPs 80-100 ns expansion slot for third party RAM boards

Manufacturer : Commodore

Cumana CAX354 External Disk Drive Date: Unknown Cumana CAX354 External Disk Drive

This external 3

Manufacturer : Cumana

Gravis MouseStick Date: July 1991 Gravis MouseStick

Click on pictures for larger images Advanced Gravis MouseStick for the Amiga/Atari ST The Advanced Gravis MouseStick is an ST controller that can replace your mouse, joystick or both

Manufacturer : Gravis

Home Music Kit Date: 1992 Home Music Kit

Released in 1992 by Adept Development, this expansion unit for the Commodore Amiga features: Maximum sampling rate of 900kHz Dynamic filtering Anti-aliasing filter Stereo gain control by software Microphone volume scale

Manufacturer : Adapt Development

Naksha Mouse Date: Naksha Mouse

Naksha third party mouse for the Commodore Amiga or Atari ST computers

Manufacturer : Naksha

Phoenix ROM Sharer Date: Unknown Phoenix ROM Sharer

This internal accessory allows a Commodore Amiga 500/1500/2000 owner to switch between two different Kickstart ROM versions at the flick of a switch

Manufacturer : Phoenix

Power PC Board Date: 1990 Power PC Board

Released by Kolff Computer Supplies in 1990, the Power PC Board provides IBM XT emulation for Amiga A500 and A2000 computers

Manufacturer : Kolff Computer Supplies

Power PC Board Plus Date: 1991 Power PC Board Plus

Released by Kolff Computer Supplies in 1991, the Power PC Board Plus provides IBM XT emulation for the Amiga A500, A500 Plus, A600, A2000, A3000 and A4000

Manufacturer : Kolff Computer Supplies

Powerplay Cruiser Date: Unknown Powerplay Cruiser

The Powerplay Cruiser was a joystick released in 1986, during the time that the Commodore 64 and Commodore Amiga were both popular home computers

Manufacturer :

Quickshot Starfighter 1 Joypad Date: Unknown Quickshot Starfighter 1 Joypad

Compatible with the Atari, Commodore Amiga, and Commodore 64 Turbo fire button Hands-free autofire capability 6-foot cable Thumb control direction key

Manufacturer : Quickshot Ltd

RAM Board for the Amiga 500 Date: Unknown RAM Board for the Amiga 500

512K of RAM installed Plus straight into the A500 trapdoor - no soldering required Uses industry standard SIMM RAM Works with all Amiga 500 computers

Manufacturer : Amitek

Reference 40MB Amiga SCSI Hard Drive Date: Unknown Reference 40MB Amiga SCSI Hard Drive

Reference SCSI Hard Drive Features: 40MB internal SCSI hard disk storage

Manufacturer : Evesham Micros

Rendale Genlock PAL for Amiga Computers Date: Unknown Rendale Genlock PAL for Amiga Computers

This genlock can be used with all Amiga's including the 500, 1000 and 2000 models

Manufacturer :

Squirrel SCSI interface Date: Unknown Squirrel SCSI interface

The Squirrel SCSI is an SCSI host adaptor that plus into the PCMCIA card slot

Manufacturer : Squirrel

Techno Sound Amiga Stereo Sampling Cartridge Date: 1991 Techno Sound Amiga Stereo Sampling Cartridge

This 8-Bit device connected to the parallel port of the Amiga and allowed it to record and edit samples, which could then be used with an attached midi interface

Manufacturer : Commodore

Trilogic Midi Interface for the Amiga Date: Trilogic Midi Interface for the Amiga

Midi interface for the Amiga - offers one 'in', one 'out' and one 'thru' - plus two configurable out/thru connections

Manufacturer : Trilogic

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