Commodore

It all started with Pong

Thanks to Tod Ihde for this picture of old Vic 20 Paddle Controllers in good condition. One could argue that the public perception of home computers was forged with the emergence of Pong. 

Old Chips

  • Thu, 2011-10-27 23:58

Thanks to Gerrit Heitsch for the pics of old chips including HMOSI and HMOSII versions of the 7501/8501 which would have caught it in mid release for the Plus4 cycle.
 

TED/264/Plus4 Alpha Units found in Basement in Sweden

Thanks to Anders Carlsson for these pictures.

CBM.prg Studio to support C128

Arthur Jordison contacted me about his website where he features CBM prg Studio, which is a windows based development tool aimed at the C64 and V

Protoype 1540 PCB  - Courtesy Mike Naberezny

Prototype 1540 - Courtesy Mike Naberezny

  • Mon, 2011-10-24 14:39

From an email from Mike Naberezny:

Fresno Commodore User Group

Dick Estel, Robert Bernardo, Leif Bloomquist, Brad Strait, Roger Van Pelt, March 2010 meeting of the the Fresno Commodore User Group, From the website ht

Commodore LCD Firmware

  • Fri, 2011-10-21 21:18

Mike Naberezny sent me a quality EPROM burner to read the LCD ROMS from this 25 year old prototype.  The files can be found at

Commodore 128 Announcement 1985

Thanks to Ian at Commodore.CA for collecting this stuff. 

 

 

Commodore C64 Anniversary with Jack Tramiel, Steve Wozniak and Bil Herd

Commodore C64 25th Anniversary w/ Jack Tramiel

This was a very rare appearance by Jack Tramiel a couple of years ago at the 25th anniversary of the Commodore C64.  A retro time was had by all.  Sign up or subscribe to RSS for more retro paraphe

The C128 Story

  • Sun, 2011-10-09 00:52

The C128 story
NEW German version of the C128 story from the 64'er magazine

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