Commodore

BORN IN 1954

Commodore was a leading name in the computer business in the 70's and 80's from it's origins of typewriters and then calculators before.

Known for 'creating computers for the masses not the classes', Jack Tramiel was Commodore's founder. The experts at Commodore enabled the average person to aquire a home computer for prices under $1000 - which at the time was not easy!

Commodore revolutionised computers and the gaming industry from the development of the Vic-20, to the Commodore 64 and the mighty Amiga in it's different forms.  

With a next generation computer design along with leading sound devices in their machines. Commodore is still loved to this day by a generation of gamers and computer addicts alike.

Commodore Vic-20 ad with William Shatner
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    BORN IN 1990. The Commodore 64GS console was designed to compete with the Sega Mega Drive and SNES - A rare console and interesting looking machine...
  • Amiga CD32

    BORN IN 1994. The Amiga CD32 was a 32 bit console it was loved by the few, who often still have it today with games like Lotus III, Fightin Spirit and Wing Commander.
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