Below are various one and two page flyers for the Commodore PET:
Commodore PET 2041 5.25 Floppy Drive 1978/79 – Facinating product that I do not believe was ever produced. This unit required ROMs to be added to the PET because it did not have the standard Commodore / MOS CPU (Mos 6504?) that was in all other Commodore Drives like the 1541, 2040,4040, 8050…
Commodore PET 2020 Printer 1978/79 – I do not believe this dot matrix printer for the PET was ever produced. Look at the SIZE of that thing.
Commodore PET 2021 Printer 1978 1979 – I do not believe this electrostatic printer was ever produced.
CBM Microcomputer (c)1980 Front – Meeting the Needs of Professionals
CBM Microcomputer (c)1980 Back – Shows Commodore Business Machine Model 8032. Just a PET 8032 without graphics on the keyboard.
The Machine That Started it All – Well, after the KIM-1 that is.
PET 2001 Original Manual
Canadian Microdevices Double Muppet (front) – This device was used to share a single printer or floppy drive on up to 8 different PET machines. The double Muppet was interesting because you could daisy chain more units together to expand your sharing abilities. Note the TELEX number at the bottom right of the screen. This is from 1979/80 which is well before the advent of fax machines.
The Living Computer Museum admission is $12; for seniors, students, and veterans, admission is $10; children age 5 and under are free.Writing from Medford, Oregon,Statistics: Posted by rbernardo — Tue Mar 28, 2017 2:21 am
More photos, this time of the first floor of the Living Computer Museum, can be found athttp://blog.retro-link.com/2017/03/paco ... iving.htmlIn the fifth photo down, there is a yellow sofa between two pillars. That sofa will be removed, and the museum have 8-foot tables in a line along those pillars.Also I made a quick video of the […]