The Commodore 64 Computer, its peripheral accessories, games and software.
The Commodore 64 computer is shown above with the Commodore 1702 color monitor, CN2 Cassette Unit, and the 1541 floppy disk drive.
The Commodore 64 computer, a keyboard and processor in one.
The Commodore 1541 Floppy Disk Drive
The Commodore 1541 floppy disk drive is a necessity for retro gaming and computer programming on the Commodore 64 computer.
The Commodore 64c computer
The Commodore 64C computer, the first visible successor to the Commodore 64, was introduced in 1986. It has a sleek and updated casing with a totally '80s vibe as opposed to the clunky shape and distinctly '70s brown & tan color scheme of the first models.
Commodore 64 Games and Software
There are tons of fun and unusual video games for the Commodore 64, available on 5.25" floppy disks and cassette.
The Commodore 1702 Video Monitor
The Commodore VIC-1011A RS232C Terminal Type adapter cartridge
When installed, the VIC-1011A RS232C Terminal Type adapter adds a parallel port to the Commodore 64, allowing you to attach modems, disk drives and other peripheral devices.