Commodore

From the dawn to the end of the home computer, such as the PET 2001 (1977) the first all-in-one personal computer in history, and the Commodore 64 (1982) the most sold personal computer in history, and Amiga (1985), which became popular mainly in Europe.

Commodore was a manufacturer and distributor of historic hardware in the late 1980s, and a key player in the home computer era of the 1980s.

Micro-Computer

Commodore KIM-1

Desktop Computers

commodore 8032
Commodore PET 2001
Commodore 8032-SK
Commodore PET 3032
Commodore VIC-20 Copy Machine
commodore PC20
Commodore VIC-20
Commodore 710
Commodore 64
Commodore 64 Aldi
Commodore Plus/4
Commodore 116
Commodore PC 20-II
Commodore PC-50-II
Commodore 16
Commodore 128
Amiga 1000
Commodore 128D
Commodore PC 10-II
Commodore PC 1
Commodore 64C
Amiga 2000
Amiga 500
Commodore 64G
Commodore PC 20-III
Amiga 3000
Commodore Amiga 3000T/040
Amiga 500 Plus
Commodore Amiga 4000
Amiga 600
Amiga 1200
Amiga 4000T
Commodore Web.IT

Portable Computer

Commodore SX-64

Multimedia Computers

Commodore CDTV
Commodore Media Tower

Mediaplayers

Commodore Gravel in Home
Commodore Gravel

Game Consoles

Commodore 64 GS
Amiga CD32
Commodore 64 DTV

Special Editions

Soviet64
Commodore 64 "Golden Edition"
Amiga 2500 NASA
Amiga 500 Stefanie Tücking Ball
Psygnosis Amiga 1200
Amiga 4000 Titanic

Output devices

Commodore 3022 Printer
Commodore MPS-801
Commodore MCS 801
Commodore MPS-802
Commodore MPS-803

Storage and/or Data transfer

Commodore Datassette
Commodore 1551 Disk Drive
Commodore 1541-I Disk Drive
Commodore 1570 Diskdrive
Commodore 1571
Commodore 1541-II Diskdrive

Videos

Commodore Commercials