The 8 Bit doucmentary might be moving once again. Here in Jack Tramiels own words.
Yeah I am still a little pissed that the competition is still around and we aren’t, and by “we” I mean Commodore Business Machines (CBM).
More of those sets of drawings that I found in a box dating back 30 years to when I worked at Commodore Business Machines in West Chester PA.
Georgios Patsos sent me a link to Andre Melcher's external memory expansion for the Commodore 264 series.
Commodore 8 Bit Repair Workshop from VCF East 2012. Rob discusses the current state of troubleshooting towers, dongles and silicon replacement, Bil discusses how to troubleshoot processors and com
From the New York Times article http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/11/technology/jack-tramiel-
Bob Russell brought this in a few years ago, it shows some of the early specifications for the not-released Commodore LCD computer.
Rob Clark and Bil Herd team up to talk about repairing 8 Bit Computers and their peripherals on May 5th, 2012 at VCF East 8.0
Bil Herd joins fellow Commodore alumni Joe Myshko and Gene Mitchell on Computer Corner on WCHE 1520 West Chester on Saturday 31 March at 8:00 AM. The video will also be broadcast at
World of CommodoreSaturday December 3, 2011 - Doors open at 10:00am
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