We have already been there in the past anyway. Commodore Business Machines was greedy with the Amiga technology and did not share or license it. So we have today's computer market made in the Amiga's image but not based on the Amiga directly. If Commodore had licensed the chipset and OS then it would have become more mainstream.
The millions of Amiga sales Commodore did achieve is nothing compared to the exponential sales that compeating similar modern Amiga clones can get to. It just takes time and some marketing in today's very busy and diverse computer landscape. Apple's 100 billion in the bank and over 500 billion in market capitalization proves computer companies can return from near death and go on to achieve record sales plus exciting innovation.