Pedro Trebbau Lopez
The Commodore Amiga was a personal computer that, because of its extraordinary multimedia capabilities, enjoyed great success in the decades of the 80s and 90s. It was designed by Jay Miner and a small team of engineers from Didbit company located in Santa Clara, California. They were sold by Commodore International from 1985 to 1994. Its low entry price and its multimedia capabilities, far more advanced than the PC and Macintosh at the time, made it popular among video game lovers.