Commodore releases the Amiga 3000

June 1990
Commodore releases the Amiga 3000

In June 1990, Commodore released the first true update of the Amiga platform, in the shape of the Amiga 3000. featuring an enhanced chipset (ECS) and the second release of its operating system, commonly referred to as Workbench 2.0.

The Amiga 3000 featured a Motorola 32-bit 68030 processor with a 68882 math co-processor.

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