Originally Posted by brett71
Unfortunately, Commodore-Amiga's tech remained mostly static while everyone else was pushing further and 5 years later had caught up and began to surpass the Amiga. IMHO, AGA was their last gasp to stay relevant and probably got them a few more years of life. Without it, I bet they would have fallen into bankruptcy even sooner than they did.
true, it's a shame Commodore management let things stagnate - they had some brilliant engineers
Even if C= Amiga had survived they would have gone the same route as Apple with an x86 platform imo.
I wonder if we'll ever see the likes of a group of people doing something completely different from everyone else?