Commodore Amiga 600

The Amiga 600 is clearly the best Amiga Commodore made.  It’s compact compact, compatible, powerful, and feature-rich, nevertheless it was often looked down upon as being nothing more than a repackaged Amiga 500, lacking the numeric keypad of it little brother.

The Amiga had full color multi-tasking, a multi-threaded GUI and was basically the first multi-media machine long before the term had been invented.  Amiga’s were used to create the spectacular effects in movies like “Back to the Future”, and Commodore made sure they would be considered the standard in graphic processing.  They even enlised the services of none other that Andy Warhol and Debbie Harry during a launch event at which Andy Warhol created his famous pop-art style painting of the singer.