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Old 22 August 2016, 13:08   #28
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I somewhere read that Irving Gould and others from top management never used any amiga so they propably never understood what jewel they got. For them it was propably just another computer line like the C64 bringing them profit. And the C64 was profitable without needing any serious investments so they propably thought this would be the case for amiga too, seriously underestimating how the PC market would develop. So yes, they earn serious bashing and every blame in my view. But of course Amiga (if survived) would propably be very different to the amigas at that time, using standard components and propably be AMD/Intel based
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