Author: Nighthawk

Does anyone have these USB controllers? Are they any good on a C64 Mini? I need a cheaper alternative than the official one, and a 2 pack is about $10 cheaper on eBay.

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Author: Nighthawk

So making is not always creating something from nothing or making a cabinet from a plank of wood, it can be seeing various items and putting them together and making a new item. In this case, we bought some industrial-grade shelving units. This is not the cheapest option however it is a very simple idea and looks really good and gives a very industrial look.

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Author: Nighthawk

The Commodore C128 came after the successful and well know Commodore C64 and was released in 1985. There were basically three models, C128 and The C128D, C128DCR which there was the version with the plastic case and the version with the metal case which also had a different SID chip.

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Author: Nighthawk

GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) 
So what was GEOS? Basically put GEOS was an early GUI or Graphic User Interface for the C128/64, as well as many other systems of the time period, and became quite common on the Amiga systems. However, they did make a version for the C64 and the C128. Its target was more to the business user or the home hobbyist business. Think of it as an early version of Windows. In modern terms, GEOS was still operating in the early 2000's on the PC as a GUI for DOS... (2009 - August: Breadbox Ensemble Version 4.1.3.0)

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