Several models were released. The PCW8256 featured 256 kilobytes of RAM and one three-inch floppy drive that could store 180 kilobytes on each side of the disk.
The PCW8512 came with 512 kilobytes of RAM and two three-inch floppy drives, the second of which could store 720 kilobytes on a double-density floppy without needing the disk to be turned over.
Subsequently, Amstrad released the PCW9512, which featured a white-screen monitor.
Although not a games machine, several games were released including Batman, Head Over Heels, and Bounder.