Wow I never got a Commodore 64 but got a C64c which was a minor upgrade with
a few changes. The Keyboard housing was more flatter compared to the 64 which was more rounder and bulkier.
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From Jimmy Mac@VERT to DOVE-Net.Entertainment on Sun Jan 1 15:09:25 2012
RE: GEOS! (Was CAPS LOCK)
BY: "The Millionaire" <the.millionaire@PARKAVE>
Wow I never got a Commodore 64 but got a C64c which was a minor
a few changes. The Keyboard housing was more flatter compared to the
was more rounder and bulkier.
Yep.. I've got a couple 64c's they tend to run considerably cooler than the C64. Other than that, I can't find much of a difference other than the obvious case design. It pulled the keyboard away from the mobo a bit.
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From Jimmy Mac@VERT/TCP to Boraxman on Wed Jan 4 12:52:04 2012
I've still got a copy of the manual!
Me too.. Was a blast to skim over. Somehow ended up with a couple of copies. One complete in the original box even. I reallyneed to go through all of the software and stuff that found its way into my garage over the years.
If I can swing the cost, I would love to bring up the BBS again but spending anything on 64 hardware these days makes you wonder ;-)
I've seen network adaptors for the 64, but I'm hoping to get one of my Net232's
working instead but it's a long shot.