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Updated: 27th March 2015
The Amiga is a family of personal computers sold by Commodore in the 1980s and 90s. The first being the A1000, launched in 1985 as a
high-end home computer. The best selling model, the A500, was introduced in 1987.
The A500 was released as a budget model system within a keyboard. The A1200 is also referred to as a
budget model version of the A4000, both released in 1992.
Other Amiga models include A600, A1500, A2000, A2500, A3000, CDTV, and CD32.
The CD32 (1993) was Commodore's last system before filing for bankruptcy. It was a competitor
in the growing games console market, sales were moderate only in Europe. The CD32 under-sold likely due
to the media, pointing out that investing in a CD32 is risky due to Commodores finance troubles.
The Amiga has a very active community. Even as Commodore went backrupt in 1994, the popular magazine Amiga Format,
remained in publication until the year 2000. So active was the Amiga community, another commercial UK magazine,
Amiga Active, launched in 1999 before ending publication in 2001.
There remain a handful of commercial magazines still in publication today.
Amiga computers were also used for special effects in many television programs, most famous of which, is
season 1 of Babylon 5.