|Manufacturer||Commodore Business Machines (USA)||Type||Desktop|
|Production start (mm-yyyy)||1985||Production end (mm-yyyy)||-|
|CPU||8510 - Z80 - 0.5 - 4 Mhz|
|Text (Cols x Rows)||40/80 x 25|
|Graphics||320 x 200, 640 x 200|
|Storage memory||Registratore a cassette, Floppy 175/350 Kb, in CP/M 410Kb|
|Serial port||Parallel port|
|Original price||Currency original price||0 DM|
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|webmaster||16/07/2020 14:31:54||That's the right way to spend your time during the lockdown, well done! 😊😊|
|Ray||16/07/2020 14:25:10||I'm getting back into 8bit computers, and the 128 is the best. I've got some reading to do while still in lockdown. 👍|
|webmaster||15/04/2018 08:13:36||David, you are right. The C128 is an amazing computer and is my preferred Commodore computer!|
|David||01/03/2018 22:01:16||What surprised me most, about the C128, is the amount of productivity software that was actually written for it. As I am now discovering, the C128 would have been a formidable business computer if would have just had better marketing and software distribution, back in the day.|
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