Commodore Amiga 2000
The Commodore Amiga 2000 is regarded as the first Amiga for the business user. Unlike for instance the Amiga 500, the 2000 came with a separate keyboard and had a more “PC look”.
It featured several expansion capabilities for upgrading the processor, introducing HDs, etc.
The Amiga 2000 in my collection comes equipped with A2630 expansion card upgrading the 68000 CPU to a 68030 model.
It further has an A2320 video deinterlacer board and a A2088XT card, making the Amiga run DOS-software.