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8-bit Computer for On-The-Go Programming

8-bit Computer for On-The-Go Programming

Author: Bryan Cockfield / Source: Hackaday If there was one downside to 8-bit computers like the Commodore 64, it’s that they weren’t exactly portable. Even ignoring their physical size, the power requirements would likely have required a prohibitively large...

8-bit Computer for On-The-Go Programming

8-bit Computer for On-The-Go Programming

Author: Bryan Cockfield / Source: Hackaday If there was one downside to 8-bit computers like the Commodore 64, it’s that they weren’t exactly portable. Even ignoring their physical size, the power requirements would likely have required a prohibitively large...

Adding Character To The C64

Adding Character To The C64

Author: Lewin Day / Source: Hackaday The venerable Commodore 64, is there anything it can’t do? Like many 1980s computer platforms, direct access to memory and peripherals makes hacking easy and fun. In particular, you’ll find serial & parallel ports...

Building a Replica Final Cartridge III

Building a Replica Final Cartridge III

Author: Lewin Day / Source: Hackaday The Commodore 64 was the computer of the 8-bit era, and remains the highest selling computer of all time. In addition to disk and tape drives, it also had a cartridge interface. A popular extension cartridge was the Final...

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