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Commodore 128D

Computer published 36 years ago by Commodore

Listed and emulated in MAME.

Commodore 128D © 1985 Commodore.

TECHNICAL/MACHINE PICT.
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TRIVIA

Late in 1985, Commodore released to the European market a new version of the C128 with a redesigned chassis resembling the Amiga 1000. Called the Commodore 128D, this new European model featured a plastic chassis with a carrying handle on the side, incorporated a 1571 disk drive into the main chassis, replaced the built-in keyboard with a detachable one, and added a cooling fan. The keyboard featured two folding legs for changing the typing angle.

SOURCES

Machine's Bios.