The Lynx effect: The story of Camputers’ mighty micro

News Sources wrote an interesting post today on
Here’s a quick excerpt
The cat from Cambridge that clawed its way to the top… almost
Feature  Not all of the early 1980s British home computers were fated to be as successful as Sinclair’s ZX series or Acorn’s BBC Micro. Many were destined instead to establish keen but small communities of owners. For all these users’ enthusiasm, there were too few of them to sustain the cost of developing, manufacturing, marketing and evolving the products they had selected. When the crunch came – and after 1983’s poor Christmas sales season, it came with a vengeance during 1984 – the makers of these machines were doomed.…

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