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Old 19 January 2015, 13:02   #4
demolition
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I would say C64 belongs in there. Was manufactured and sold for 12 years without any major changes (only new case, IC process changes and general cost down). It offered a lot of bang for the buck for home entertainment.

The best Amiga in my opinion from a market point of view was the 500. Like the C64, it was way ahead of the competition and provided the best value for money for games and home productivity (simple word processing, spreadsheet etc. which could be used without HDD). The 1200 was too little and too late.
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