• Commodore Computers

    From Erich B.@1:103/705 to All on Thu Apr 21 12:47:16 2022
    Which Commodore Computer was your favourite?

    A - Pet 2001
    B - Vic 20
    C - 64
    D - 128
    E - Amiga

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  • From Jeff Earle@1:229/700 to Erich B. on Thu Apr 21 15:55:36 2022
    On 21 Apr 2022, Erich B. said the following...

    Which Commodore Computer was your favourite?

    A - Pet 2001
    B - Vic 20
    C - 64
    D - 128
    E - Amiga


    C.

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  • From John Dovey@4:920/69.1 to Erich B. on Thu Apr 21 16:03:38 2022

    Which Commodore Computer was your favourite?

    A - Pet 2001
    B - Vic 20
    C - 64
    D - 128
    E - Amiga

    C

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  • From Anna Christina Nass@2:240/5824.1 to Erich B. on Tue Apr 26 16:31:00 2022
    Am 21.04.22 schrieb Erich B.@1:103/705 in CHAT:

    Hallo Erich,

    Which Commodore Computer was your favourite?

    The C128 (non-D model) was the prettiest 8-bit machine in my opinion.
    Also, it is pretty capable, as it also features everything from the
    C64 and a (although slow) CP/M machine.

    Second place is the Amiga :)

    Regards,
    Anna

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  • From Joe Phigan@1:305/3 to Anna Christina Nass on Wed Apr 27 19:47:57 2022
    The C128 (non-D model) was the prettiest 8-bit machine in my opinion. Also, it is pretty capable, as it also features everything from the
    C64 and a (although slow) CP/M machine.

    Today's 8bit Show & Tell video shows a bunch of cool stuff the C128 can do!
    Man I would've been so spoiled if I had that instead of the C64 bitd.

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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Anna Christina Nass on Wed Apr 27 07:23:00 2022
    Anna Christina Nass wrote to Erich B. <=-

    Which Commodore Computer was your favourite?

    The C128 (non-D model) was the prettiest 8-bit machine in my opinion. Also, it is pretty capable, as it also features everything from the
    C64 and a (although slow) CP/M machine.

    Oh, I loved the non all-in-one models, like the C128D and the Amiga 1000.

    What I really wanted was a color, 80 column system in a Commodore PET case. :)


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  • From Juan Gonzalez@1:103/705 to Joe Phigan on Thu Apr 28 19:42:12 2022
    Re: Re: Commodore Computers
    By: Joe Phigan to Anna Christina Nass on Wed Apr 27 2022 07:47 pm

    Today's 8bit Show & Tell video shows a bunch of cool stuff the C128 can do! Man I would've been so spoiled if I had that instead of the C64 bitd.

    Absolutely loved today's 8bit Show and Tell! I was an Apple ][ and IBM 80286 and 80386 kid growing up, so aside from my Apple ][ Plus and some Basic programming, it's really impressive to see these alternative 8-bit machines.
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  • From Anna Christina Nass@2:240/5824.1 to Joe Phigan on Fri Apr 29 17:50:00 2022
    Am 27.04.22 schrieb Joe Phigan@1:305/3 in CHAT:

    Hallo Joe,

    Today's 8bit Show & Tell video shows a bunch of cool stuff the C128 can
    do! Man I would've been so spoiled if I had that instead of the C64 bitd.

    Thanks for the hint, I'll search that episode!

    Regards,
    Anna

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