You people keep talking about the plastic case machines your dad bought you in a department store, because you were kids at the time Win 3 came out.
If you'd been adults you would have been buying a new graphics card and monitor for Windows. Spending, incidentally, about as much as that cheap dept. store toy machine cost.
Of course some of us were poor young adults at the time, and glorying to be running our pirated copies of In-A-Vision on 'real' Windows at last (the Win 2 Runtime that came with it wasn't really very satisfactory) using our Hercules Graphic cards and amber screen monitors.
Money was better spent on a faster modem and maybe a new motherboard (turbo, and fast, 10 MHz instead of the old 8) We already had 640K and a 286 was well beyond reach.
At that time, the cheapest way to get a hard drive on an Amiga was to buy a PC clone and do some awkward shit to 'slave' it to the Amiga. How fucking lame.