In this video MonkeySpaz5000 will show you how quickly and easily you can replace your Commodore Amiga 1200’s kickstart roms. You may wish to do this to upgrade to a later revision rom for example. The Commodore Amiga 1200, or A1200 (code-named “Channel Z”), is Commodore International’s third-generation Amiga computer, aimed at the home computer market. It was launched on October 21, 1992, at a base price of £399 in the United Kingdom and $599 in the United States. The A1200 offers a number of advantages over earlier lower-budget Amiga models. Specifically, it is a 32-bit design; the 68EC020 microprocessor is faster than the 68000 and has 2 MB of RAM as standard. The AGA chipset used in the A1200 is a significant improvement. AGA increases the color palette from 4096 colors to 16.8 million colors!