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Old Today, 21:49   #561
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With regards to Apple surviving both of my schools (junior/infant and comprehensive) had Apple Macintosh machines, if Commodore could have gotten into the education sector charging insane amounts of money to people with more money than sense then perhaps they would have had the funding to really push R&D.
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[...] Hypothetical conjecture, pointless going there again
I only share a piece of the puzzle and I do not pretend to show the whole picture but for sure, it's no "hypothetical conjecture". Simply the reality of the Amiga market in my country at that time period. The Amiga was nowhere professionally speaking, at least officially (not even in schools - but Mac & PC were). For a computer so "ahead" of its time, it always seemed strange to me...
Of course it may have been different in your country.
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