Released under the Commodore flag as well as Amiga Technologies, a division founded by Escom after Commodore was acquired.
Like the Amiga 600, this machine has an IDE interface on board and can be easily expanded via PCMCIA. A processor and / or memory card can also be put in to make this machine upgradeable and faster.
The Amiga 1200 has been used a lot as a game computer but also as a computer to compose music, especially in the early 90's this was done a lot with Protracker. The so-called MOD files.