Author: Retro Recipes

On today's menu let's bring VIC-II the future with my new product to solve an old question: Is PAL better than NTSC? No, BOTH is better! With huge help from our friendly sponsor http://PCBWay.com - PCB assembly only $30 + free shipping!

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Author: Nighthawk

One time a while back I had one of them calls about a virus on my Windows machine... The delay was a good indicator that it was an overseas toll call... So that means they are paying the bill for the toll call. 

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Author: Dan Wood

I've recently got quite nostalgic for the early 90's era of PCs. I am in the process of putting together a Windows 3.11/MS-DOS based 486 PC to explore games and software from that era. Here's a tour of my 486 build so far.

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Author: THEC64

We thought you would like to see a video of the behind-the-scenes work from the past few months regarding the new THEC64 Microswitch joystick and the full-size THEC64 keyboard. A lot of effort has gone into making both as close as practical to the original hardware we all loved back in the 80s. A video can only show so much, but lots of progress was made on both fronts and hopefully that comes across here.

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Note from Nighthawk.NZ: I am looking forward to this product to be released here in NZ in December. However I won't be buying one straight away, I will wait a bit to see if the updates fix the expected issues that normally happen...
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Author: Retro Recipes

On today's menu lets pit 1982 against 2019 in an epic race, with help from GEOS, & our friends at http://PCBWay.com

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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

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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