Inside the Commodore 64

This pioneering PC made instant geeks out of millions of people back in the '80s. But what lies within the Commodore 64's fetching brown shell?

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The Business End


A row of unlabeled ports spans the back end of the C64. From left to right, we see the cartridge port (for plug-in software), the RF channel switch, the RF video out (for connection to a TV set), the A/V port (for connection to a monitor), the serial port (usually used for disk drives), the cassette connector (for audiocassette data storage), and the "user port" for RS-232 serial applications and special accessories. That's an impressive array of ins and outs for such a low-cost PC.

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