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Also considering that the Sam had to push more pixels than the speccy, that percentage went down even further.
Also Best Audio because of SID, apart from some boutique systems (Apple IIGS for example).Best Business 8-bitter: Amstrad PCW by a mile - it redefined the marketplace. Apple II does need to be mentioned here, because it was a lot earlier, and Visicalc created the spreadsheet. The Apple II would win if I was thinking from a US perspective.Best Educational System: BBC Micro by far, but the RM Link 380/480 systems were strong early on too. Costly though.
I hope to see CPC6128 showing pictures better than Commodore +4, with sound better than C64 and with the fast hardware sprites.
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