Hello! smf wrote: > The max and the c64 have about as much in common hardware wise as the > P500. Designed by different people & the max uses the static ram version > of the vic. That's not really a good comparison. The MAX is really a subset of C64, the only real difference being static vs. dynamic RAM (but it is not visible to the programmer) and C64 can emulate it almost perfectly. Therefore, MAX to C64 is like C64 is to C128. Whereas P500 is a completely different machine which just happens to have VIC-II and SID just like C64 (the 610 has a SID too). Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-07-31 13:01:07
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