First introduced in 1985, the Amiga 1000 “had what was a complex overall architecture, featuring coprocessors suited for audio and visual tasks.” Video after the jump.

With its stereo sound, comparatively large color palette and brisk performance (due largely to the custom chipset) – not to mention its multitasking abilities – the Amiga was considered by some to be superior to all competing systems, despite competitors offering faster CPUs, higher resolution (though monochrome) graphics and (in some cases) built-in MIDI

First introduced in 1985, the Amiga 1000 “had what was a complex overall architecture, featuring coprocessors suited for audio and visual tasks.” Video after the jump.

With its stereo sound, comparatively large color palette and brisk performance (due largely to the custom chipset) – not to mention its multitasking abilities – the Amiga was considered by some to be superior to all competing systems, despite competitors offering faster CPUs, higher resolution (though monochrome) graphics and (in some cases) built-in MIDI