Amiga 2200-1 and Amiga 2200-2

Original from Computer Answers Magazine, Canada

Standard Specifications

Case Type: Desktop
Processor: 020@14Mhz (for A2200-1)
030@40Mhz (for A2200-2)
MMU: None (for A2200-1)
Internal (for A2200-2)
FPU: None (for A2200-1)
68882@40Mhz (for A2200-2)
Chipset: AGA
Kickstarts: V3.1
Bus Controller: Unknown
Expansion Slots: 1 x 150pin "Local Bus slot" (Same as trapdoor slot in an A1200)
1 x "Compatibility Slot" (for some sort of 486 bridgeboard)
1 x CPU Fast Slot
4 x Inactive 16bit ISA slots
Standard CHIP RAM: 2MB
RAM sockets: Yes (possibly 72pin SIMMs)
Hard Drive Controllers: Yes (unknown what type)
Drive Bays: 2 x 3.5" (1 with faceplate)
Others unknown
Expansion Ports: 1 x 25pin Serial
1 x 25pin Parallel
1 x 23pin RGB Video
1 x 23pin External Floppy
2 x 9pin Joystick/Mouse
2 x RCA Audio (Left/Right)
1 x RCA Composite
1 x Keyboard Connector (Unknown what sort)
Floppy Drive: 1 x Internal 880K Floppy Drive (for A2200-1)
1 x Internal 1.76MB Floppy Drive (for A2200-2)
Motherboard Revisions: Unknown
Battery Backed Up Clock: Unknown (but likely)

Unfortunately this model was never released to the public, apparently however several prototypes were built and shown. Some demo machines may have reached dealers but this has not been confirmed. I have seen conflicting reports that this machine was designed after the A4000 and A1200 and was designed as a mid-range machine between the two. Other reports have said that the A2200 was built before the A4000 and was scrapped, but much of the research was used in the building of the A4000.

Thanks to Mike Mayhak