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Desc:You either had one or you wanted one!
Category:Advertisements, Science & Technology
Tags:canada, 80s, Commodore, mozart, Commodore 64
Submitted:boner
Date:07/03/09
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Comment count is 14
Pillager - 2009-07-03
I was fine with my Coco.

Aelric - 2009-07-03
Yeah? Well, I enjoyed the company of my Apple IIe hand-me-down. I wouldn't say i adored it, but it did load zork 1-3 in less than 5 minutes, so eat it!
kamlem - 2009-07-03
Yes! So much better than the spectravideo SVI-318 home computer my parents bought me ;(
Mother Lumper - 2009-07-03
The monitor in that commercial looks like the 1702 model, for its time it was an incredible display. I still use mine on an almost weekly basis, has chroma/luma inputs in the back for s-video. I'm going to be very sad if it ever stops working.
Timothy A. Bear - 2009-07-03
That's amazing.

fluffy - 2009-07-03
I used a 1701 hooked up to a VCR as a TV through most of college. While the internal circuitry was vastly different, the main practical difference between the 1701 and the 1702 was the 1701 had terrible EM shielding.

Desidiosus - 2009-07-03
I wound up using the 1541 as a doorstop.

Syd Midnight - 2009-07-04
C64 had no kind of DOS so the 1541 had its own CPU, RAM, and power supply. It freaked out and sounded like a shipwreck when it had errors.

dododge - 2009-07-05
Yeah my first thought on seeing this was "holy shit 1702". I've had one since the mid-80s and it still works perfectly; That was one hell of a well-built piece of kit.

C64 power supplies, however, were an entirely different matter. I had several fail on me and they were filled with epoxy making them mostly unservicable.

fluffy - 2014-07-01
The keyboard controller in mine kept on failing. My dad ended up desoldering it and installing a socket so that every time it failed I could just fix it myself. We had a big box of them.

Ah, memories.

memedumpster - 2009-07-03
Back when computers were hard to use because they were hard to use, not because they didn't work the way they were supposed to.
C. Eloi Marx - 2009-07-03
Remember to get the rust-proofing, these babies will rust up on you like that!
Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-07-04
As if anybody did more than play games and maybe noodle with basic on those things.
Spit Spingola - 2012-02-21
Why did Paul McCartney write this song?
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