Commodore B-128 series

From: Mr. Self Destruct <>
Date: Wed Jul 16 23:45:56 1997

On Wed, 16 Jul 1997, Bill Whitson wrote:

> B-series were regular low-profile micros.
> CBM-series had integrated monitors. I've never seen one of the
> CBM series machines.

Me neither. Anyone got one????

> If any of you need a drive for one of these CBM 4040's work fine
> (8050 is a better but less common drive). I have a number of
> 4040s and could definitely part with a couple if you want to pay
> the shipping costs (heavy, heavy drives).

Where are you located? My PET is lonely and has only a C2N cassette to
play with...

> As soon as I clear through the research I have several items for
> this series that will go in the archive - the manual, a word
> processor and a spreadsheet, and some technical notes.
> Any of you hard core commodore folks know who might have ended up
> owning the rights to this stuff?
> Bill

Last I checked/remembered, ESCOM held the rights to the Commodore name and
to many of their patents/literature/etc. They are at Lately, Gateway purchased all the Amiga stuff
and if I remember correctly started licensing clone makers.

Much to the chagrin of commie lovers, the C= logo now only appears on PC
clone boxes... :(

Received on Wed Jul 16 1997 - 23:45:56 BST

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