This is my only professional Amiga at home. Amiga 2000 is the first Amiga that has big case which is ready for inserting additional cards. In addition to Amiga-specific slots there are also standard 8-bit ISA slots known from IBM PC. However to enable them you have to insert a special PC emulation card which had price set to about a half of whole A2000 (basic one with 1 MB RAM and no hard drive).
The original one (which you can see above) is equipped with 4,7 MHz 8088 CPU, 512 kB RAM and CGA compatible video adapter. This card was bundled with PC-compatible 360kB 5.25” floppy drive, however there is emulation layer that allows you to share Amiga floppy/hard drives so it is not necessary.
This puppy is still waiting for some performance tests but it’s in a working condition.