Amiga Tech. A4000T-060, A Real One, Picasso IV, SONY CPD220VS, A2065 Networking For Sale
Amiga Tech. A4000T-060, A Real One, Picasso IV, SONY CPD220VS, A2065 Networking:
Believed to be the last commercially sold Escom AG: Amiga Technologies GmbH A4000T-060 (aka: A4060T) in the United States. Many venders were called in February-March of 1997 who all replied that this machine was "Sold-Out". Escom AG had declared bankruptcy in July of 1996. A call was placed to Quick-Pak, the US manufacturer whose reply was "We don't have any and we may never produce them again". But they also suggested I call Anti-Gravity Products in Santa Monica CA as they were the major suppliers for many Hollywood graphic studios. The machine you see here was their last one. I am the original and only owner of this great machine. Amiga Technologies was sold to "Gateway 2000" 23 days later. Any naysayers of course will tell you that similar machines were produced later as copyrights were sold etc.
The Amiga goes down in history as the computer that invented hardware accelerated graphic animation, photo-realistic color displays and the Color Graphic User Interface. The original Amiga in 1985 could address 8 megabytes of ram and had Pre-Emptive Multi-Tasking, thus making every other PC on the market look silly. And many believe this A4060T was as good as Amiga got back then.
The Motorola 68060 processor accelerator board was designed and copyright owned by the great Jeff Boyer (GVP fame) for Amiga Technologies. It has a slight overclock and makes use of EDO ram. Because of these features it out performed any other accelerator board available at the time this machine was produced. In November of 1997 this machine was returned to Quick-Pak for a factory warranty repair said to be that the processor had failed. It has performed flawlessly since then. It is my understanding that Apple never produced a Macintosh with this Ultimate Motorola 68000 series processor.
This machine has been equipped since 1997 with a Picasso IV graphics card w/scan-doubler/flicker-fixer, Commodore A2065 network card, and GVP I-O Extender card because, like many others, the parallel port would not function. I am including a "CentreCom 210TS" twisted pair transceiver which then allows the A2065 to be connected to your modem/router via a standard ethernet cable. Factory serial port operation is unknown. The original keyboard has a few non-functioning keys thus, am including a brand-new A4000T keyboard with the long cable. The original factory mouse and the highly sought after collectors "Pregnant Mouse". Also notice the impossible to find original "KEYS" for the factory lock. An easy to replace removeable coin style battery has been installed on the motherboard. Yes, it keeps the time & date which is important for AmiSSL.
This machine was just pulled from many years of storage so testing, software updating and evaluation is ongoing but almost done. Thus...this listing will have updates...stay tuned...Happy to answer your questions and latest info. I look forward to demoing this awesome vintage machine to the lucky buyer. Sorry... but testing each and every port for every function and connection is just a Bridge Too Far for this Time-Machine.
You will be required to sign an affidavit that the machine is in good working order at time of pickup. By clicking on "Buy it Now" you agree that you and/or your agent will be responsible for any and all issues from the point of acceptance going forward.
I have the original box and the shipping box it was placed in.
Payment required within 3 days after clicking "Buy it Now" or sale will be terminated and relisted.
Purchase scan and/or code will be required at pickup.
HELLO !!!...ANTIQUE ELECTRONICS !!! NO RETURNS !!! NO WARRANTY !!! NO GUARANTY !!! NO WAY !!! NO HOW !!!