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Commodore 64 In 1981, Commodore introduced the VIC-20, its first machine to be called a home computer, sold at a price of $ 299. Unlike the PET series, the salient features of the VIC-20 were the graphics and sound, combined with an extremely competitive cost, and being able to be connected directly to a TV, thus avoiding the need to purchase a dedicated monitor, as well as an aggressive marketing, which led to the computer also being sold in shopping centers.

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Battle Command - D64, Manual And Keyboar ...
1991
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Rick Dangerous - C64 ...
1989

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