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Commodore PC10

Commodore PC10

Speed4.77 MHz
Memory640 KB

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Release Date: 1/1/1984
Manufacturer: Commodore
Donated By: Jon Paddon
Commodore is best known for the C64 and the Amiga lines, but they also made PC compatible machines. At the core, Commodore never forgot that it was really all about business machines.

The PC10 (and the other derivatives, PC20, PC30, Colt) were fully PC compatible and this one contained an Intel 8088 CPU and 640K of RAM. It had dual 5.25" drives and could connect to a colour monitor with a special RGBI connector.

User Comments
roger bauer on Tuesday, June 26, 2007
I have this commidor pc10.-II. in 2007 this machine still functions without problems. I purchased it in jan 1980. not a fast machine but still servicable for churchs and small business.
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