Commodore - Computers and Software

Computers and Software

  • Commodore International (also known as Commodore Business Machines), a computer company founded in 1954 and declared bankrupt in 1994, or several of its products and affiliates, including:
    • Commodore Amiga, a family of personal computers introduced to the market in 1985 after Commodore International purchased the original developers, Amiga Corporation
    • Commodore 64 (or C64 or C=64), an 8-bit home computer released by Commodore International in August 1982, the single best-selling personal computer model of all-time
    • Commodore 128 (or C128, CBM 128, or C=128), a home/personal computer introduced in January 1985, the last 8-bit machine commercially released by Commodore Business Machines
    • Commodore Plus/4, a home/personal computer featuring standard office software applications built-in, released in 1984
    • Commodore PET, Commodore's first full-featured computer, a home/personal computer first produced in 1977
    • Commodore VIC-20, an 8-bit home computer announced in 1980
    • Commodore Semiconductor Group, also known as MOS Technology, Inc., famous for its various designs for Commodore International's range of home computers
    • Commodore Gaming, a 2007 rebirth of Commodore International that manufactures gaming-oriented PCs
    • Commodore International Corporation, a Netherlands-based company that bought all the global rights, patents and assets to the Commodore brand in 2005

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