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Commodore 116

Type:8-bit home computer
CPU:MOS 7501 or 8501 @ 0.89 or 1.76 MHz
Operating system:Commodore Basic 3.5
Built-in machine code monitor
Memory:ROM: 32 KB
RAM: 16 KB (12277 bytes available for Basic program). Expandable to 64 KB
Sound:"TED" - MOS 7360 or 8360
Two channels, four octaves + white noise
Graphics:"TED" - MOS 7360 or 8360
Text: 40*25 characters
320*200 pixels
320*160 pixels
160*200 pixels
160*160 pixels
Max 121 colors
Storage:External tape recorder (300 bd)
Optional floppy
Input:Integrated keyboard
Connectivity:Cartridge port
Serial port
RF out
Video out
Tape recorder I/O
2*game ports
Voltage:9 VDC (External PSU)
Power consumption:Max 1 A
Dimensions (W*H*D):260*60*180 mm
Weight:700 gr
Manufactured:1984-1985 (Discontinued)
Other:NB! Not compatible with VIC20 or C64 series
Intended for Europe where most units were sold in Germany
Related documents:
Notable "ham" software:
Original options/accessories:
Tape recorder "Datasette"
5.25" floppy