Made in Scotland
Commodore, or C=, founded by the late Jacek Trzmiel.
King of the home computer market, for so long. Commodore gave us the VIC-20, the C64, then the mighty Amiga range of computers, that were and still are popular today. The A600 was the smallest Amiga made, and was regarded by many as a backwards step, at a time when the PC was starting to gain favour in the computing market.
The A600 & A1200 were produced in Irvine, Scotland, by SCI. I used to work the Surface Mount (SMT) line at the height of production.
Funny, that all these years later, I should get to own a machine that I had a hand in producing :)
- Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL