Welcome to Amiga sKooL !!!
In 1985 Spectrum 48k, Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 dominated the market of personal computers. Then Commodore launched its Amiga 1000 in the Lincon Center, New York. With impressive features for its time, 68000 16-bit processor at 7 mhz, 256 kb of RAM, 4096 colors at once, pre-emptive multitasking OS. Amiga 500 came two years later, a low-end Amiga that had a great influence in Europe.
Time has passed, and now Amiga isn't in his best age, Amiga community is small but still alive. You can still buy a new or refurbished Commodore Amiga 1200 on Amiga shops, even this model isn't produced since 1994. The Amiga 1200 was the most expandable Amiga models. This model is one of the best options for a retrogamer.