As a club whose origins stem from hardware manufactured by Commodore Business Machines, this section is devoted to the vast
range of computers supported by the club, together with a short history of each of them. Commodore first began manufacturing
computers in 1977, but since we are essentially an Amiga group, our timeline has been divided into eight sections relative to
the Amiga - computers that came before the Amiga, the Classic Amiga (as we know it today) through it various stages, and then
where some people thought the future of the Amiga could be (reliable information mixed with dollups of speculation and wishful
thinking), and finally the Amiga as we know it today.
The Amiga evolved considerably over the period between 1985 and 1994, the most significant enhancements being the
capabilties of the Amiga's Custom Chips, and since these were what helped to make the Amiga unique, the middle four sections
have been based around the custom chipsets that were used, i.e. the Initial Chip Set (ICS), the Original Chip Set (OCS),
the Enhanced Chip Set (ECS) and the Advanced Graphics Architecture Chip Set (AGA).