Commodore 64 DTV

The Commodore 64 DTV is a modern version of the Commodore 64 developed by Jeri Ellsworth on behalf of Tulip. The device is a Commodore 64 in the form of a joystick which can be connected to the television with two RCA plugs. The device is battery operated and first entered the Canadian market in 2004.

Catalog type
Game Console
Release Date
January 2004
64 KB
Operation System
Commodore KERNAL/BASIC 2.0

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