The Commodore Plus/4 is a home computer released by Commodore International in 1984. The “Plus/4” name refers to the four-application ROM resident office suite (word processor, spreadsheet, database, and graphing); it was billed as “the productivity computer with software built-in”.
Internally, the Plus/4 shares the same basic architecture as the lower-end Commodore 16 and 116 models, and is able to use software and peripherals designed for them. However, it is not compatible with the well-established Commodore 64.
While the Plus/4 had some success in Europe, it was a failure in the United States, where it was derided as the “Minus/60”.
|Operating system||Commodore BASIC 3.5|
|CPU||MOS Technology 8501
@ 1.76 MHz
|Memory||64 KB RAM + 64 KB ROM|
|Graphics||TED (320 × 200, 121 colors)|
|Sound||TED (2-channel with 4-octave + white noise)|
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