The Amstrad range of computers, introduced in the 1980s, includes models like the CPC 464, CPC 664, and CPC 6128. Known for their affordability and integrated design, these computers featured built-in cassette drives or disk drives and were popular in both home and educational settings. The Amstrad CPC series was notable for its robust build and extensive software library, making it a significant player in the home computer market during the 1980s.