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The Commodore 128 is an offshoot of the Commodore 64 family with a far better design (for the wrists, at the very least), more memory and new features. A worthy successor of the 64, although it never sold as well.
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
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Other series members
Commodore 128, Commodore 128D, Commodore 64, Commodore 65, DX-64, SX-64, Educator 64.
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Emphasis Gaming, Programming, Small business
Software compatibility CP/M 2
Timeline Released: 1985
CPU type 8502 (6502 compatible), Z80
CPU clock rate 985 KHz, 1.02 MHz, 1.97 MHz, 2.02 MHz
ROM Size 44 KiB
RAM Size 128 KiB
Number of keys 92
Graphics chip 8563
Graphics modes 160x200, 320x200, 640x200
Text modes 40x25, 80x25
Total number of colours 16
Sound chip SID
Total peripheral memory 360 KiB
Cassette tape speed 300 bps
I/O Ports 2x Joystick, Cartridge, Keyboard, RGB, Serial, TV output, Tape recorder, User port

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