New C-64C cases...
geneb at deltasoft.com
Sat Mar 21 11:08:39 CST 1970
On Wed, 4 Mar 2015, ben wrote:
> On 3/4/2015 10:52 PM, jwsmobile wrote:
>> I'd submit that that goes double for the C-64 itself. This isn't for
>> the most part about what you are looking at, but what you can show off
>> to someone. A clear unit would definitely be of interest to most people
>> I know who seldom get to see the "insides" of much I have, and if they
>> do, it is usually laying on a table as a static display.
>> you can create an attractive display unit, and keep greasy mitts off the
>> innards of your gear at the same time.
>> I have 0 C-64's but a clear box or two would be nice for some things I
>> do use.
> All this NEW interest in Classic Micro Computers is nice, but what about I/O
> for the replicas being built?
The Commodore ecosystem has a ton of I/O options. The TRS-80 Models I,
III and 4 are well supported with the FreHD hard disk emulator.
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