Commodore by Brian Bagnall
The Amiga Years

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Seeking to ascertain how the Commodore Amiga, a computer now widely regarded as having been five years ahead of its competition, failed so spectacularly in the marketplace, this book takes an in-depth look at the people and personalities behind it. The often unflattering picture that emerges is one of top-level executives who had little understanding of how to market their product to the public and a company that struggled to remain relevant. Other products that Commodore produced and tried to market, such as the C128, Geos, game consoles, and the untold story of the proposed successor to the record-breaking C64—the C65—are also examined in depth. Told through firsthand interviews with company insiders, this examination of the now defunct company traces the often baffling decisions that led to the eventual demise of Commodore.


About Brian Bagnall

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Brian Bagnall is the author of several books, including Intelligence Unleashed and Maximum LEGO NXT, and is a regular contributor to He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Published January 1, 2012 by Variant Press. 540 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, Computers & Technology.

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