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Scala Infochannel Player
Launch date: 1998
A customized multimedia broadcasting system sold by Scala during the late 1990s.
Similar to Mick Tinker's CD32x machine and the Scala
Workstation 500, the Scala Player was designed as a kiosk system for use
by the general public in various environments. The unit consists of a standard
A1200 motherboard fitted with a 68030 accelerator, 4MB Fast RAM, Micronik Zorro
busboard and a 512MB hard disk. The unit is housed inside a custom tower case.
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