Originally Posted by Djay
the Amiga had (at the time) serious advantages over the competition, but failed to developed (or developed too slowly) technical innovations.
What's really infuriating is that Miner and co. designed more chipsets that would have kept the Amiga at the leading edge of computer technology (think X68000/Archimedes power), but Gould and Ali refused to put them into production. They only reluctantly released AGA in 1992, and it was pitiful compared to the unreleased chipsets (indeed, it wasn't even special by the standards of the time).
If I ever see Ali on the street, I'll punch him in the face and scream at him for a good half hour.