Years ago, AT&T marketed a computer named the Unix PC. It bombed.
My memory is that while playing with the device at a computer specialty store (they don't exist in any real sense today, either), I found it to be extremely easy to use. The problem was that AT&T did not market the product as extremely easy to use. It emphasized its use of Unix. But nobody cared about Unix, outside of hard-core enthusiasts.
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