Computers for the masses, not the classes"edit]. Commodore PET 2001 (1977).
COMMODORE.ca site which provides history, manuals, ROM downloads, along
with an active user forum for support of your 8 Bit Commodore computers, ...
Jun 4, 2012 ... www.commodore.ca | Commodore Computer History | Chronology of Events from
1948 until today.
20 products ... This is a history of Commodore and Amiga computers. Information about the
evolution, marketing, popularity and features of these computers is ...
It was an enormous hit and became the first model of computer
to ship over a million units.
With the failure of the MAX, Commodore
resided to making more business related computers
, and began developing the next PET model for corporate industry use, until the minds beh... More »
A collection of computers and other products by Commodore Business Machines
maintained by Bo Zimmerman.
The C64 Computer; History of Commodore ... and for sayings that included "live
in the future", "computers for the masses, not the classes" and "business is war".
Jul 21, 2014 ... Although it looks like an unimpessive keyboard-like box, the Commodore 64 was
incredibly popular. More C64s have been sold than any other ...
The commodore 64 is, along with the Apple II and the Atari XL computers, the
most famous home computer. According to the 2001 edition of Guinness book of
the Commodore 64. Its importance in truly putting computing within the reach of
the home user cannot be overestimated. Still the best-selling single computer ...