Commodore 64 was an 8 bit home PC presented in 1982. If you’re from a generation when tech was rapidly changing then you might be familiar with these PC units.
It sold more than 17 million units and a small scale form of it is returning and is expected upon to hit the audience in mid 2018. The Commodore 64 was valued at US$595 in those days which equivalents to about $1,500 today. The new scaled down version is called C64 Mini and will be estimated at $70 only. The organization is likewise arranging a full-sized variant of the Commodore 64 which is anticipated late 2018.
The Commodore 64 memory was either 64 KB Ram and 20 KB ROM
The C64 Mini is half the size of the first Commodore 64 and will accompany 64 preinstalled authorized games including California Games, Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe and Paradroid.
It accompanies a wired joystick, a charging link and a HDMI port to interface it to your TV. You can interface any external USB Keyboard to it too. You’ll additionally have the capacity to save games on the new C64 Mini. It will likewise have separating choices like CRT, pixel culminate and scanline emulation. The firmware of the C64 Mini will be upgradable through an external USB.
The successor of the Commodore 64 was Commodore 128. The PC was originally manufactured by Commodore Business Machines (CBM).
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