Bah! Commodore only sold so much because they kept pushing prices down to drive the competition out of business. :^)
--- In midatlanticretro@ yahoogroups. com, Bryan Pope <bryan.pope@ ...> wrote:
> Of course the Commodore 64 is the number 1 computer of the 1980's! :-)
> P.S. And it is very good indeed to see the Amiga in their list!
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [COMMODOR] The Commodore 64 - 1980's Number 1 computer
> Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2010 23:45:06 -0800 (PST)
> From: rbernardo@.. .
> To: commodor@...
> CNET TV has posted a short video listing the Top 5 computers of the
> 1980's. The Commodore 64 wins out by being number 1! (We're number
> 1... we're number 1!) The Amiga computer comes in fifth place. To
> see the video, go to
> <http://cnettv. cnet.com/ 1980s-computers/ 9742-1_53- 50081092. html?tag= smallCarouselAre a.1>
> Robert Bernardo
> Fresno Commodore User Group
> http://videocam. net.au/fcug
> The Other Group of Amigoids
> http://www.calweb. com/~rabel1/
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