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Commodore 64

An early personal computer from Commodore Business Machines. Introduced in 1982, the Commodore 64 (for 64K of RAM) was one of the best-selling machinees in the embryonic days of personal computers. Following the VIC-20, which used the same case, only white instead of beige, the Commodore 64's lower price (USD $595) helped it outsell its higher-priced competitors such as the IBM PC, Apple II and Atari computers. See Commodore PET, VIC-20 and Commodore.


The Commodore 64
This is the main unit with a 300 bps analog modem plugged into the back, a drive for 170KB floppies and a tape cassette. The floppy drive weighed almost 10 pounds. Like most personal computers of that era, the BASIC programming language was built in. See BASIC.
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Later in 1984, Seiko introduced the RC-1000, which also stored text but this time could be plugged into a number of computers with an included cable; attach the watch to your Commodore C64 and transmit your to-do list, phone numbers or other important documents to read later.
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OAG was defined by specific criteria that required the presence of glaucomatous visual field defects in either +eye (by Humphrey C64 suprathreshold (three-zone strategy): C24-2 and C30-2 full-threshold tests), plus optic disc damage (horizontal or vertical cup-todisc ratio [greater than or equal to] 0.7, narrowest remaining retinal rim [less than or equal to] 0.1 disc diameter, notching, cup-to-disc ratio asymmetry > 0.2, and disc hemorrhages), in the absence of other possible causes, as determined by ophthalmologic evaluation (8, 16).
>Commodore 64 emulator It's been around for a while but the C64 App has been updated to include the magnificent Bruce Lee.
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