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Commodore's transition from a small calculator company to a computer manufacturer giant has been little heard of until now. At one point its most successful computer, the Commodore 64, accounted for 40% of sales in the personal computer industry and sold more than 15 million units in its 11 year run.
How then did this successful company slip into oblivion by the mid 90's? And what really happened to cause founder Jack Tramiel to leave in the mid 80's and take over former rival Atari? Why was its next generation computer the Amiga, a computer years ahead of anyone else, not the success it was hoped to be? All these and more are answered within!