Re: Secret Weapons of Commodore 13th edition

From: Anders Carlsson (
Date: 2007-07-05 08:15:12

Marko Mäkelä wrote:

> One former PET user mentioned the Commodore 220 to me, saying that it
> had built-in disk drives.  It would be quite a coincidence if the 220
> I acquired some years later was the same unit, and the only 220 with
> built-in disk drives.

I think Mikam73 (who you briefly know?) also owns a CBM 220, and I've seen 
pictures of that unit with built in disk drives. That would make it two 
units, both currently located in Finland.

This soup of renamed models is interesting though. Was the 8032-SK released 
prior to the 700 series, and then some pointed head suggested to at least on 
some markets rename the existing 8000 series computers into three digit 
model numbers to better match the new 500/600/700 series?

Anders Carlsson

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