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Amigaworld.net has a consumer rating of 2 stars from 1 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases.

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“Denial:”

Taylor J.
1/22/19

Commodore Amiga was a very advanced company that eventually became mediocre and went bankrupt. It no longer exists. But the people at Amiga World does not know or care. They are constantly wanting AmigaOS to be updated but it is never updated. It will never catch up to mainstream OS and it won't even catch up to MorphOS and AROS. It has recently been supported with the AmigaONE computers which are very expensive and AmigaOS is mostly not functioning with that computer. In the 1980s Commodore had two different portable computers but to this day there is no actual Commodore Amiga laptop. And there never will be, despite it being in the 21st century. Nobody likes desktops these days and yet all they do is make very expensive desktops. The closest thing to a Commodore Amiga laptop is a iBook, PowerBook, or PC Clone that runs MorphOS or AROS natively, respectively. While this is a message board welcoming to all forms of Commodore Amiga, Amiga World users are very silly and in complete denial.

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taylorj11
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January 22nd, 2019
Commodore Amiga was a very advanced company that eventually became mediocre and went bankrupt. It no longer exists. But the people at Amiga World does not know or care. They are constantly wanting AmigaOS to be updated but it is never updated. It will never catch up to mainstream OS and it won't even catch up to MorphOS and AROS. It has recently been supported with the AmigaONE computers which are very expensive and AmigaOS is mostly not functioning with that computer. In the 1980s Commodore had two different portable computers but to this day there is no actual Commodore Amiga laptop. And there never will be, despite it being in the 21st century. Nobody likes desktops these days and yet all they do is make very expensive desktops. The closest thing to a Commodore Amiga laptop is a iBook, PowerBook, or PC Clone that runs MorphOS or AROS natively, respectively. While this is a message board welcoming to all forms of Commodore Amiga, Amiga World users are very silly and in complete denial.

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