Thanks to Ian at Commodore.CA for collecting this stuff.
This is the Commodore LCD machine which was not produced. The president of Tandy told our then president of Commodore Business Machines that there was no money in "portable computers".
Bil Herd Asks Chuck Peddle if he is really an Evil Genius since the T-800 Combat Chassis "Terminator" and the "Bender" bending chassis are 6502 based. This is from a multi hour interview for the C
Filled with first-hand accounts of ambition, greed, and inspired engineering, this history of the personal computer revolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore.
I had a great time with Earl Evans who makes interviewing look easy (It's not). The interview which coincided with teh 100th episode of the Retrobits Podcast is from October 2007 and turned into
Commodore Business Machines CES Show January 1985
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