Silicon Valley celebrates Commodore 64 at 25

Date 12-Dec-2007 4:09:34
Topic: Miscellaneous News

Before Commodore came out with the Amiga in the mid to late 80's, there was tremedously successful and best selling computer of all time, the Commodore 64 in the early 80's. Too bad they were never able to replicate this same level of success with the Amiga.

In any case, today, Silicon Valley celebrated the Commodore 64's 25 years anniversary and Jack Tramiel, CBM founder, as well as many others such as CBM engineer, Bil Herd, Apple's co-founder, Steve Wozniak, Atari engineer and Pong designer, Al Acorn, were on hand to remember the "good" old days of the C64 and the rivalry with the Apple and Atari. Read more about it here.

This article comes from AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

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