Amiga 600

Computer published 25 years ago by Commodore

Emulated in MAME !
Information for the following ROM(s): a600 a600n


Amiga 600 © 1993 Commodore, Ltd.

The Amiga 600 was a home computer and was Commodore International's final model based on the Motorola 68000 CPU and the ECS chipset. It was essentially a redesign of the Amiga 500 Plus, with the option of an internal hard disk drive.


A notable aspect of the Amiga 600 is its small size. Lacking a numeric keypad, the A600 is only slightly larger than a standard PC keyboard (14in. long by 9.5in. deep by 3in. high and weighing approximately 6 pounds). It shipped with AmigaOS 2.0, which was generally considered more user-friendly than earlier versions of the operating system.


The Amiga 600, also known as the A600 (codenamed 'June Bug' after a B-52s song) was introduced at the CeBIT show in March 1992.

Machine's picture.