In this hotly anticipated installment of our search for the Perfect A2000, we look at the new kid on the block (and our new target spec) the A4000, and then we continue filling expansion bays by adding a CD-Rom drive and look at what it was useful for.
One of the Kickstarter Success Stories of 2022 was Lukas Remis’ campaign for a modern Tank Mouse, that iconic input device every Amiga owner knows. Smashing through targets and weathering production delays, the past few weeks have seen them shipping to backers and we’ve got one in our mitts to review.
In this article, we take a look at WHDLoad, a clever bit of software used to launch just about any Amiga game from your hard drive. We cover where to find it, how to set it up and get you playing your first game.
For many, the Amiga 3000 is the missing part of their collection. Rare and expensive, it’s about time someone made it more attainable. Step forward Stephen Jones and Simon Marston, between them developing a new case for poor, lonely A3000 boards. Here we take a look at the kit, and assemble a brand new Amiga.
Early A1200s can have badly distorted audio thanks to some interesting choices made in the design of the audio circuit. The good news is it’s an easy fix, and we tell you how
In this latest episode, we’re expanding the graphics capabilities by looking at what RTG does, and adding a card to our project A2000. We’ll look into the benefits, and also compatibility with games.
AmigaTestKit and DiagROM are amazing bits of kit for Amiga repairers. In this guide we show you how to take the loopback port testers they both use, and add voltage readouts to them.