Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 2nd Sep 2006 19:43 UTC, submitted by Saad
Amiga & AROS The Amiga changed the computer industry. It was based on a multitasking operating system, rivaled the graphics power of some workstations and was affordable enough for home users. Unfortunately, Commodore struggled to maintain Amiga's lead, and through a number of bizarre business decisions (refusing to license the Amiga design to Sun), went bankrupt. Read about the history of the Commodore Amiga at Low End Mac.
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RE[3]: NeXT?
by twenex on Sun 3rd Sep 2006 15:30 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: NeXT?"
twenex
Member since:
2006-04-21

I stand corrected.

Well, actually I'm sitting... ;-)

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RE[4]: NeXT?
by Saad on Sun 3rd Sep 2006 15:35 in reply to "RE[3]: NeXT?"
Saad Member since:
2005-08-27

It wasn't really a RISC computer, since it used the 68030 as a CPU, so you're still kind of correct. The NeXTStations were priced around $7,000, so they were out of the Amiga pricerange (though I imagine that Amiga's used for video editing were quite a bit more expensive).

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RE[5]: NeXT?
by helf on Sun 3rd Sep 2006 20:12 in reply to "RE[4]: NeXT?"
helf Member since:
2005-07-06

Also, NeXTs != 'home computers'. They were workstations.

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