Commodore 16

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Commodore 16
Manufacturer: Commodore

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The Commodore 16 is an 8-bit home microcomputer created by Commodore Business Machines in 1984 as an entry-level successor to the VIC-20, and is named after the 16KB of RAM equipped on the system. A cheaper version with a rubber keyboard was released in Europe as the Commodore 116. The flagship model of the series, the business-oriented Commodore Plus/4 came with 64KB of RAM along with a user port. Software is generally compatible with all models in the line provided that it does not use the extra RAM or user port of the Plus/4. This line of computers is not compatible with the Commodore 64.

Commodore 16 & Plus/4 games also released for Sega systems

Commodore 16

Commodore Plus/4