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So you like old computers?


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#1 Guest_JWebb_*

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 12:15 AM

Drooling ...

 

A working 65 is the Holy Grail of the Commodore 8-bit world


The Commodore 65 (aka C64DX or C64DX Development System) was never officially released. Prototypes escaped development hell when Commodore was liquidated in 1994, and 200 have survived to this day. The complete manual can be read here (all 660K of it). One just sold on eBay for €20,500.



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Posted 17 February 2015 - 07:47 PM

It's natural to buy things one doesn't need (I was just on Ebay the other day doing exactly that), but when you're spending a poor-man's-year's-salary on a computer that is over 20 years out of date, a line has been crossed.






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