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Published on May 23, 2012
The Commodore VIC-20 microcomputer came out in 1981 and was one of Commodore's early, very successful home computer. It only had 5KB of RAM (under 4KB available for BASIC programs) and a very limited graphics display yet for many it was a great starting point for people new to computers. The VIC-20 could be connected to a TV (using an RF modulator) or monitor, and had a number of ports for connecting to a cassette player or floppy driver, and for expanding the memory.
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