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E > EDS > C64 EDC


 

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Friday 24th November 2017
Polacco

Still nicer than Speccy :D


Thursday 18th September 2008
lodger
retro.ufud.org

Unlike a lot of inferior systems, such as the Sinclair Spectrum or the Amstrad/Schneider CPC series, the Commodore 64 had a lot to offer: sophisticated sound, graphics and file I/O features. Especially the VIC2 video chip and the SID sound chip were far more advanced than those chips used by Commodore''s competitors.

I have a C64 in a 80s PC Style case that looks almost exactly the same and I wonder if this thing is also a machine by EDS. It has only one internal disk drive though.


Sunday 23rd March 2008
Hernán

I thought a C64 couldn't be uglier. This computer proved me wrong.

Greets from a Speccy fan ;-)





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