Commodore, the 1980s' mega-computing giant announced today that they will be presenting a new line of computers called the "Commodore 65". It will be the most advanced computing system Commodore has ever produced.
The Commodore 65 will have plenty of amenities. It will have both the 3.5" and the 5.25" floppy drives for flexibility for computer users. It will also have a 20MB Hard Drive, which will be able to hold up to 2000 names and phone numbers. But the most impressive feature of the computer will be the 128K processing chip, twice as powerful as the Commodore 64.
The Commodore 65 will have more options available for consumers like a high-speed dot-matrix printer capable of printing a page in less than one minute. Customers will also get to choose between the 11" and the 13" LED monitor.
The future looks bright for Commodore. They are predicting future models will include a pointing device and a modem capable of transmitting 1000 bits of information per second.