A 64-bit home computer created by Commodore in 1982. By today's standards, it looks like a gargantuan stained-white box with a keyboard slapped on it, but it was actually a great computer. In fact, it was one of the best selling home computers of that time, next to the Atari computers. It had two controller inputs, both of which allowed you to use the default Commodore controller, as well as Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, and ColecoVision controllers. Enjoy the papercraft.
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