RE: TED based motherboard

From: B Degnan (
Date: 2007-03-29 05:00:49

> It is quite odd if Commodore Canada had a Plus/4 to sell by February,
> but in the US (and most other parts of the world) it was not released
> until October the same year. Maybe the "Olympic Plus/4" actually was
> released at the *end* of 1984, but as a commemorative item of the past
> year's Winter Olympics?
> In any case, it seems common knowledge that Commodore displayed the 264
> on Winter CES in January 1984, and it would be a scoop bigger than mine
> to have proof of a retail C16/116/232/264/364/whatever being sold at
> Christmas 1983.
> --

I checked the +4 C= there is no serial number plate, it may have been
removed, I cannot find any date on the system.  I tend to agree with you,
it could have been available in late 83, but no proof.


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