Posted on January 16, 2018
Commodore released the PC1 in the mid 80’s. It featured a 4.77 mHz Intel 8088 processor. (Note that they included the decimals in the clock speed!. It’s not 4. It’s not 5. It is 4.77.
It was mounted with 512kb of memory and a 5,25″ floppy disk (360kb on each side) and was delivered with a MSDos 3.1 boot disk, which also had Microsoft’s own version of Basic, GWBasic.
The graphics adaptor was capable of showing CGA (4 coulurs in 300×200 pixels) and Hercules graphics (720*348 in monochrome).