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Old 07 February 2018, 01:33   #15
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Originally Posted by Gorf View Post

Sadly not so much in 1992.
After the Amiga had finally generated sales in million units per year, Commodore failed to deliver a good successor and lost the market.
The thing was though, that from '85 to '92/93, the Amiga had not really changed at its core (which is one of the reasons so many of us love it), and for C= to keep up with the PC market etc, would've called for some major changes, which potentially would have ended up being a PC clone with no real backwards compatability with the earlier models, which would have killed it off anyway.

They were stuck between a rock and a hard place really. Go modern, lose your true fans, stay as you are, lose them to newer products.
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