The Amiga range of computers, launched by Commodore in the mid-1980s, included models like the Amiga 500, Amiga 1000, and Amiga 1200. Known for their advanced graphics and sound capabilities, Amiga computers were popular in the gaming, multimedia, and creative industries. Equipped with custom chipsets, they excelled in tasks such as gaming, video editing and graphic design. Although no longer in production, the Amiga series is remembered for its innovation and significant impact on computer technology.