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CPC 664

The Amstrad CPC 664 was sold for only one year. Successor to the Amstrad CPC 464, it was quickly replaced by the Amstrad CPC 6128. It was sold with a monochrome green or colour monitor and a built-in floppy disk drive. The floppy disk format was the Hitachi 3 inch, an uncommon format already used on the Tatung Einstein and the Oric Atmos. Like the CPC 464, its price was very low, which explains why about 10,000 units were sold in less than a year.

The Locomotive Basic interpreter was the same as the CPC-464, but had some extra commands like FILL to fill a graphics area, FRAME to produce smoother graphics, and MASK to draw a series of dots. The editor was also slightly improved.

The 664 was delivered with the AMSDOS and CP/M 2.2 operating systems. The LOGO language was supplied with the CP/M disc.



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NAME  CPC 664
MANUFACTURER  Amstrad
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  United Kingdom
YEAR  Spring 1985
END OF PRODUCTION  End of 85 !
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Locomotive Basic v1.1
KEYBOARD  QWERTY mechanical keyboard
Numeric keypad and edit block with arrow keys
CPU  Zilog Z80
SPEED  4 MHz
RAM  64 kb - 42 kb left for the user
VRAM  16 kb
ROM  48 kb (32 kb for the CPC 664 ROM + 16 kb for the AMSDOS ROM)
TEXT MODES  20 x 25 with 16 colors
40 x 25 with 4 colors
80 x 25 with 2 colors
GRAPHIC MODES  160 x 200 with 16 colors
320 x 200 with 4 colors
640 x 200 with 2 colors
COLORS  27
SOUND  3 channels, 7 octaves
+1 noise channel
I/O PORTS  Printer port
Bus port
1 Joystick plug (Atari standard)
Floppy Disc Port
DIN plug for Amstrad monitor
Headphone / Sound stereo jack output
DIN plug for external tape recorder
BUILT IN MEDIA  3
OS  AMSDOS or CP/M
POWER SUPPLY  5v DC (powered by an Amstrad monitor)
PRICE  Monochrome - 684 (august 85)
Color - 913 (august 85)


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