Commodore 128 emulators

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Commodore 128
Developer Commodore
Type Home computer
Release date January 1985
Discontinued 1989
Introductory price $299
Predecessor Commodore 64
Successor Amiga

The Commodore 128 (C128) is a computer released by Commodore in January of 1985 and retailed for $499.99. It had a MOS 8502 CPU at 2 MHz with a Zilog Z80 CPU at 2 MHz to run the CP/M operating system. There was also a computer called the Commodore 128D which had the case look like an Amiga 1000, and a disk drive built in.


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