Commodore PET

The Commodore PET and FREE PET Games

The PET was the beginning of a line of low cost Commodore computers which brought computing to the masses. Like the Apple II, the PET ran on the MOS 6502, but the PET cost only $795, which made it almost half the price of the Apple II. It included 4 Kb of RAM, BASIC in ROM, 40x25 character green monochrome graphics, and used an audio cassette drive for data storage. The keyboard, cassette drive and small monochrome display all fit within the same trapezoidal one piece unit. Released: June 1977.

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