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"History of Commodore Computers" Poster Now Available

Oct 10, 2015

History of Commodore Computers poster

I want to mention a special sponsor for this show: Bill Degnan and his vintagecomputer.net Web site.  Vintagecomputer.net is the place to go for information about Historical Computers and Vintage Computer Restoration.  Bill has a blog where he discusses various vintage computer topics and projects and it’s a great reference site.

Bill also has put together a poster he calls “the History of Commodore Computers” which is the culmination of three years of work and research. The Commodore systems have been professionally photographed specifically for this poster and the photos appear nowhere else. This poster is ideal for any vintage computer fan, Commodore Computer collector, classic or vintage memorabilia display. This is a limited edition poster and will not be re-printed.  Poster Dimensions are 24" x 36" and it includes hi-resolution images of common AND rare and hard-to-find systems including the KIM 1, PET 2001, PET 4016, PET 8032, VIC-20, C-64, C-64C, SX-64, C-128, C-128D, B-128, Plus/4, C-16, Amiga 500 and more plus selected diskette drives.  The cost is $19.99 + shipping, depending on where you’re located.  Check it out.  It really is a great poster whether you’re a huge Commodore fan, or whether like me, you just like vintage computers in general.

Bill also donated one of these posters to the show to use for a contest of my choosing, so by the next show I will announce how that will work.  Stay tuned for more information about that and thanks, Bill, for the donation of the poster.