Welcome to the refreshed www.COMMODORE.ca site which provides history, manuals, ROM downloads, along with an active user forum for support of your 8 Bit Commodore computers, including:
- Commodore / MOS KIM-1 – The worlds first single board computer
- Commodore PET Series – The worlds first personal computer
- Commodore SuperPET – The worlds first multiple CPU Computer
- Commodore VIC 20 – The worlds first computer to sell more than 1 million units
- Commodore 64 – The worlds best selling computer
- Commodore Plus/4 264 – Commodore’s worst selling computer
- Commodore 128 – The natural successor to the C64
In addition to these mainstream machines we also cover Commodore derivatives like the:
- Commodore PET 2001 3008, 4016, 4032, 8032, 8096SK, P500 B700 C710, and 8296SK
- Commodore VIC VC-20, VIC-1001
- Commodore 64C, 64GS, VIC-30, Commodore One, C-1
- Commodore 116, C16, 232, 264, 364, Plus/4, “TED”
- Commodore C128, 128CR, 128DCR
We detail the product announcements and secrets of Commodore Prototypes like the:
We provide everything from the original TV advertising to a Photo Gallery, to Print Advertising, History, Technical User Manuals, Schematics, downloadable ROM’s, and even a live browser based arcade of such classic games as Asteroids and PacMan… no install required!
Some of the most interesting content is our Commodore Chronology and Commodore people section, which has great detail on such notable Commodore management as:
- Jack Tramiel – Founder and visionary
- Chuck Peddle – Legendary Inventor of the PC and the 6502
- Irving Gould – Commodores Canadian financier
- Bill Mensch – Key MOS 6502 engineer and modern day owner of the 6502
- Mehdi Ali – Commodore’s last President
- and many more
It’s 8 Bit Commodore, we have it.
Commodore was, without doubt, the most important company in retail computer history, relentlessly driving the market forward. Commodore INVENTED the PC Personal Computer and no-one else, including Apple, can stake that claim. Commodore was the first computer company with a BILLION dollars in sales. Commodore invented… and the list goes on and on and on.
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