Commodore MAX Machine

Commodore MAX Machine

The Commodore MAX Machine, also known as Ultimax in the United States and VC-10 in Germany, was a home computer designed and sold by Commodore International in Japan, beginning in early 1982, a predecessor to the popular Commodore 64. The Commodore...

Name Commodore MAX Machine
Release Date January 1, 1982
Developer Commodore
Manufacturer Commodore
Max Controllers 1
Cpu MOS Technology 6510, 1.02 MHz
Memory 2 KB RAM
Graphics VIC-II 6566
Sound SID Sound Chip
Display 320 x 200
Media ROM Cartridge
Notes The Commodore MAX Machine, also known as Ultimax in the United States and VC-10 in Germany, was a home computer designed and sold by Commodore International in Japan, beginning in early 1982, a predecessor to the popular Commodore 64. The Commodore 64 manual mentions the machine by name, suggesting that Commodore intended to sell the machine internationally; however, it is unclear whether the machine was ever actually sold outside Japan. It is considered a rarity.
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