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[10 Apr 2011 | One Comment | 5,468 views]
The Commodore 64 is back! Sort of.

Anyone who had an interest in computers in the 1980s remembers the Commodore 64.
Commodore — along with Apple, Atari, Radio Shack, Texas Instruments and even Timex (to an extent) — were all trying to convince us that they manufactured the ultimate home computer back in the early 1980s. Commodore’s flagship computer back then was the Commodore 64, which was introduced in 1982 for $595 and boasted 64 kilobytes of RAM a 6502 CPU (the same one that Apple and Atari used) and — perhaps most importantly — ports that accepted …