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The Commodore 64 is back on the breach. There is a lot of talk about it and the numerous editorial initiatives have brought it back to the discussions in the bar and the lounges of fans.
Dear Users, the project to recreate a Commodore 65 with advanced features called Mega 65 is entering the operational phase. As the official press release of the Development Team says, the first units (probably 20) will soon be produced. We all look forward to developments anxiously
A while ago, as I rode around Ebay, a well-known online trading site, I came across an object of high historical value.
A black box with a handcrafted look and a keyboard of the same shape was labeled Commodore - Amiga development system. Analyzing the insertion it was possible to guess it was a prototype unit of Amiga 1000 intended for debugging and development of preliminary applications. It seems that several units (the photo would have been number 53) were developed and directed by Commodore in the various locations around the world to have concrete feedback on hardware and software development.
The Commodore MAX (of which we see the original Japanese packaging and an image) represents an attempt to sell a computer similar to the Commodore 64 but at a lower price (200 U. S. dollars against 595 of the Commodore 64).