Control device: Mouse

Manufacturer: Commodore

Model: 500

Year: 1987


Controlled device: Travel alarm clock

Manufacturer: IDEA international (Japan)

Designed by: Ippei Matsumoto (Industrial Facility)

Model: Jetlag

Color: White, green

Year: 2009


Hard-wired year: 2010

Serial number: HWD-corp-087

Collection: Corporation

Dimensions: 35x45x4 cm

Cable: 54 cm

Power: 3v button cell x1


Set up minutes up (alarm): Mouse left button

Set up minutes down (alarm): Mouse right button

Start set up: Hold 3 seconds any set up action


The Amiga 500, also known as the A500 (or its code name 'Rock Lobster'), was the first low-end Commo-dore Amiga 16/32-bit multimedia home and personal computer. It was announced at the winter Consumer Electronics Show in January 1987, at the same time as the high-end Amiga 2000, and competed directly against the Atari 520ST. The Amiga 500 represented a return to Commodore's roots, being sold in the same mass retail outlets as the Commodore 64 to which it was a spiritual successor. Although popular with hobbyists, arguably its most widespread use was as a gaming machine, where its advanced graphics and sound for the time were of significant benefit. A two-button mouse was included in the computer pack. The year of release has been linked with the serial number.

HWD corporation 087 © Roger Ibars 2010