Commodore Computer Products

Commodore Business Machines 8 Bit Product Line Up

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Commodore
KIM-1

MOS KIM 1

Commodore PET

2001, 3008, 4016, 4032, 8032, 8096SK,

SuperPET,

P500 B700 C710

Commodore VIC-20

VC-20,
VIC-1001

Commodore 64

64C, 64GS,

Commodore 65 Prototype

Max Machine Prototype,

Commodore One, C-1

Commodore Plus/4

“Ted” 264, 116, C16, 232, 364

MAX Machine Prototype

Commodore 128

C128,128D, 128DCR

This site is dedicated to 8 Bit Commodore history.  This section is provides in depth coverage of the MOS KIM1 through Commodore 128 Series

In case your wondering why this  site does not cover the superior Amiga line, here is why:  By the time the Amiga had come to Commodore, they were well on the road to destruction.  Their founder and visionary, Jack Tramiel, had left to take over Atari; they had decided to stand their  ground on their no-advertising policy; and they had given up all but completely on business machines.  So while Amiga was a fantastic set of computers that should have been major corporate competitors, Amiga did not serve to advance Commodore much beyond their early success that this site is focused on.


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