Commodore C16 - NTSC

The C16 is a computer system with a keyboard, external power-supply and a motherboard. On the motherboard you will find a MOS 7501 (8501) processor, RAM / ROM memory and a MOS 7380 / 8360 TED video, I/O and audio.
The C16 is a part of the 264 series. Commodore wanted to fill a gap next to the popular C64 with a cheaper computer as a successor of the VIC 20.
Because it lacked sprites and a SID it was not popular with game developers. The C16 was promoted as a starter computer and as a computer for in school. NTSC version.


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Processor:

MOS 7501

Processor frequency:

1.75 MHz

Memory:

16 kbyte RAM, 20 kbyte ROM

Graphics:

320 x 200 pix, 40 x 25 chr, 121 clr

Sound:

2 voices,1 noise

Connections:

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

Dimensions:

C16: 205 x 405 x 70 mm
Box: 450 x 335 x 120 mm

Manufacturer:

Commodore
Commodore C16 - NTSC, with original packaging.
Update: 2008-12-17 20:53:11