Commodore Amiga 4000
he successor of the Amiga 2000 and Amiga 3000 and the most powerfull Amiga ever released (without expansions). Released in October 1992 with a Motorola 68040 and several months later a little cheaper version with the 680EC30 like here in the museum.
The Amiga 4000 was the first to use the AGA-chipset (Advanced Graphics Architecture) which is capable to display 16.8 million colours and faster video processing.
The Amiga 4000 can be expanded relatively easy with even PPC- processors and 3D-accelerator cards. The main market for the Amiga 4000 was the graphics industrie and local text-TV (Teletext) which mainly used scala for that.