Computers for the Masses...
Just about every story written about Commodore Business Machines
(and subsidary Commodore Electronics, Ltd.) has included a reference to
Jack Tramiel's famous statement "Computers for the masses, not the classes."
What Commodore created with the Commodore 64, 128, Vic-20, PET, 264 and Amiga can only be understood in the minds of those who owned (and loved) these magnificent machines. Running on 8 (and 16-bit) processors, these computers ("for the masses") redefined how computers were used, sold and enjoyed by millions of people worldwide. Although Commodore itself went out of business on April 29, 2004, their enduring legacy lives on to this day. R.I.P. Commodore.
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on one (or more) of the links listed below.
The following pages include information on Commodore 8/16-bit computers. The links themselves range from the 1970's Commodore PET, right on through to the modern-day Commodore Amiga series.
The COMMODORE User Forum Come check
out the new Web Forum for posting about the
Commodore PET, Vic-20, 64, 128, Plus4 and Amiga computers! Many regulars here!
The main Commodore 8-bit and 16-bit links section. I have compiled nearly
with useful information on Commodore computers.
Maps All the main memory maps, ranging from the Commodore PET to the
Commodore 128! Very precise information on a variety of memory locations!
64 PEEKs and POKEs I have managed to compile a fairly lengthy list
Commodore 64 PEEKs and POKEs from past Usenet articles (comp.sys.cbm), magazine excerpts
and other Commodore Users from around the world.
Classic Systems Forum A large and active forum dedicated to Classic
16-bit gaming consoles and computers, including the Commodore 64! Outstanding! :)
Lemon 64 Lemon 64 is an offsite web
page that has some of the most comprehensive information
on the Commodore 8-bit line of computers available anywhere! Check it out!
Snakeman's Main Commodore
Page Here is a very nice page devoted to Commodore 8-bit
computers! Have a look!
My Commodore 128
page My page on the Commodore 128! Includes technical information,
including system specifications.
If anything is missing or out of date, then please e-mail
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