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Commodore Amiga A570 CD-ROM drive

The Amiga A570 is a single-speed, 153 kB/sec (Mode 1) and 171 kB/sec (Mode 2), external CD-ROM drive for the Amiga 500 computer launched by Commodore in 1992.

The A570 was designed to be compatible with Commodore CDTV software as well as being able to read ordinary ISO 96600 CD-ROM discs.

The A570 connects to the side expansion port of the Amiga 500 and also has a rear expansion slot for optional plug-in cartridges.

The A570 also had its own power supply (psu) as shown in the second picture.

Date : 1988

Manufacturer : Commodore

Physical Description : A570 CD-ROM drive A570 PSU

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53249. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Scan of Document: Commodore Amiga A570 CD-ROM drive

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