Ruud Baltissen wrote: > Hallo Cameron, > > > Are these the Colour Computers? I'd be interested in the NTSC if so. > > Yes, but I could swap them for C64's and some drives, sorry. > > Last weekend the "HCC-Dagen" were held in Utrecht. This is a giant computer > happening with demonstrations, selling of new and old computer items etc, > etc. We, the Commodore Users Group were able to lay our hands on the new > Commodore 64, also named Web-It. I saw it, on said HCC-dagen. I must confess that I could hardly keep myself from bringing a disk with a .d64 of some demos, just to see how it runs. Ruud: The guy demonstrating that machine, was it one of your members? > I must say it is a very nice machine. a lot of built-in software in 32 MB > ROM, 16 MB RAM, floppy-drive and modem. Also there is a built-in C64 > emulator: CCS64. The processor is AMD K6 (I could only have a peek at the > hardware so I could be wrong). Wasn't it supposed to be some weird 486DX4/100 clone? > Not everything worked perfect but we were > warned and the real production machines would not have the known errors. The > price should be about 825 Dutch Guilders or $450. Hmm.. But I strongly disagree with Webcomputers regarding the "expandablity" of that machine ("Look! You can expand it using ROM-cartridges!")("Kewl! Could I have a Linux-cartridge, then?") -- Fight Spam! Join CAUCE! == http://www.cauce.org/ Martijn van Buul, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Pienjo on #c-64 and #dohd (when I'm in the mood) Tijntje@OuterSpace - 126.96.36.199 3333 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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