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Almost vapourware, the Commodore 65 was Commodore's plan to re-create the true home computer niche, ten years after the home computer boom. It failed. But in the year of PC clones considered home computers, it became something more: the last machine ever to be designed by Commodore (almost).
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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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Units Produced 200
Emphasis Business, Gaming, Programming
Timeline Released: 1994
CPU type 4510
CPU clock rate 3.54 MHz
ROM Size 128 KiB
RAM Size 128 KiB
Maximum RAM Size 8 MiB
Graphics chip VIC-III
Graphics modes 1280x200, 1280x400, 320x200, 640x200, 640x400
Text modes 40x25, 80x25
Total number of colours 16, 4,096
Sound chip SID
Total peripheral memory 800 KiB
I/O Ports 2x Joystick, Cartridge, Floppy, Memory expansion, RGB, RS-232, Serial, TV output, User port

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