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(SeattlePI)   Paul Allen's new computer museum not just for geeks. It's for anyone that enjoys ancient technology that's hundreds, if not thousands of days old   (seattlepi.com) divider line 2
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2012-11-05 09:23:39 AM  
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My first was TRS-80 Model III. I could not afford the $5,000 for the 5 MEG hard drive. Imagine paying that much for a hard disk that can only hold 2-3 photos from today's digital cameras. (Low res photos)
2012-11-05 02:43:24 AM  
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WhyteRaven74: It's actually not a fake, it's a PC made to look like an old C-64. And it's made by commodore.


Commodore is long gone. Someone else may have purchased the name at a bankruptcy auction, but that doesn't transfer over any of the things that made the products special. If it's not a 6502-family CPU + VIC + SID, it's not a C64.
 
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