Commodore VIC-20

What is the Commodore VIC-20?
Der Commodore VIC-20 war einer der ersten Personalcomputer von Commodore, der nach der PET auf den Markt kam, aber lange vor der Reihe der Commodore 64-Computer, die den technologischen Fortschritt des Unternehmens in der zweiten Hälfte der 80er Jahre zeigten. Der Commodore VIC-20 erschien erstmals 1980 auf der Computer Electronics Show – es war der erste persönliche Farbcomputer, der in den USA für unter $ 300 verkauft wurde.

The Commodore VIC-20 was powered by an 8-bit CPU with a 22-digit screen and 5.5k RAM. It was produced under the direction of Jack Tramiel, who later left Commodore for Atari.

The Commodore VIC-20 has been widely touted as a versatile PC and learning resource for school-age children. In late 1982, Commodore announced the Commodore 64, and other powerful computers appeared on the market. During this time, the Commodore VIC-20 had shipped more than a million units, making it one of the most popular PCs of its time. It also served as an alternate console for Bally Midway video games.

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