Memory was important for extra storage as well as faster processing in the case of fast ram. This should have been pushed more because of the "cheap" speed increase. The 1200 and CD32 with even 1MB of fast memory would have made much more possible. The Amiga was one of the last computers to adopt hard drives too. The "PC" and MAC were way ahead in this. Even the cheap IDE that the 1200 and 600 got was a huge improvement. It would have made "EHB" Monkey Island style games easier and less of a hassle. The 1200 was almost enough to save C= but they wasted production on the 600 and it should have been out a year earlier.
Last edited by matthey; 12 November 2011 at 21:32.