Every Kid Didn't Have a Microcomputer

When I was a kid “everyone” had Commodore 64. Last week I went to look for how many Commodore 64s were sold How many Commodore 64 computers were really sold? – pagetable.com and the highest number anyone can realistically estimate is 30 million units over the course of the history of the company. That is less than iPhones are sold per quarter. It is weird to think that in some sense luxury product is still way more common than the universal device of my childhood.