Commodore C128 DCR

The C128 DCR is a computer system with a separate keyboard, internal power-supply, disk drive (1571) and a motherboard. The C128 (DCR) is the successor of the Commodore C64. The C128 (DCR) computer has two processors, a 8510 and a Z80. The C128 (DCR) has three different operating modes: C64 mode, C128 mode and CP/M mode.
If you compare the C128 (DCR) with the C64 the C128 (DCR) has a bigger memory, faster processor and better graphical possibilities.
The C128DCR is the successor of the Commodore C128D. CR stands for Cost Reduced: Both the C128 and the 1571 pcb are integrated into one pcb, the case is metal instead of plastic.

Processor:

MOS 8510, Zilogic Z80 (Diskdrive = MOS 6502)

Processor frequency:

2 MHz, 4 MHz, (1MHz)

Memory:

128 kbyte RAM, 64 kbyte ROM

Graphics:

640 x 200 pix, 80 x 25 chr, 16 clr, 8 mob

Sound:

3 Voices, Noise

Connections:

Expansionport, Userport, Serialport, Datassette, 2 x Joystick, TV, Video, RGB, Sound.

Dimensions:

430 x 360 x 110 mm

Manufacturer:

Commodore
Commodore C128 DCR
Update: 2009-06-18 17:39:02