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Commodore 64 Peripheral

The following is a list of Commodore 64 Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 31 Commodore 64 Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Commdore Floppy Disk Wallet Date: Unknown Commdore Floppy Disk Wallet

Holds 20 single 3

Manufacturer :

Cheetah 125+ Joystick Date: 1986 Cheetah 125+ Joystick

The Cheetah 125 Joystick, also known as 125+ Joystick, was made by Cheetah Marketing Ltd in 1986

Manufacturer : Cheetah Marketing Ltd

Commodore Datasette 1531 Date: Unknown Commodore Datasette 1531

The Commodore 1531 Datasette allowed Commodore users to save and load data from magnetic cassete tapes

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore 1541 Disk Drive Date: 1982 Commodore 1541 Disk Drive

The 1541 disk drive was the most popular disk drive used with the Commodore 64 computer

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore Colour Printer Plotter VIC-1520 Date: 1982 Commodore Colour Printer Plotter VIC-1520

Printer/Plotter for the Commodore VIC-20 and Commodore 64

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore DPS 1101 Daisywheel Printer Date: 1985 Commodore DPS 1101 Daisywheel Printer

Commodore produced the DPS-1101 daisy wheel printer, which produced letter quality print similar to a typewriter, and which typically cost more than the computer and floppy disk drive together

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore VC 1541 Disk Drive Date: 1982 Commodore VC 1541 Disk Drive

The 1541 disk drive was the most popular disk drive used with the Commodore 64 computer

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore 64 Dust Cover Date: Commodore 64 Dust Cover

A black PVC Commodore 64 dust cover with the Commodore User magazine logo printed off-center on its right side

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore Music Maker keyboard Date: Commodore Music Maker keyboard

This Commodore accessory attaches over the Commodore 64's keyboard and allows you to play music using the included Music Maker software

Manufacturer : Commodore

US Commodore Datasette 1531 Date: Unknown US Commodore Datasette 1531

The US version of the Commodore Datasette 1531 is similar to the European model

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore 1541-II Floppy Disk Drive Date: 1988 Commodore 1541-II Floppy Disk Drive

The Commodore 1541 (aka CBM 1541, and originally called VIC-1541), made by Commodore International, was the best-known floppy disk drive for the Commodore 64 home computer

Manufacturer : Commodore

Commodore 1570 Disk Drive Date: 1985 Commodore 1570 Disk Drive

The Commodore 1570 was a 5¼-inch floppy disk drive for the Commodore 128 home/personal computer

Manufacturer : Commodore

Excelerator + Plus 5.25 Date: 1st January 1984 Excelerator + Plus 5.25" Disc Drive

The Excelerator + Plus is an external 5

Manufacturer : Commodore

Music Expansion System for the Commodore 64 and 128 Date: Unknown Music Expansion System for the Commodore 64 and 128

Music Keyboard Full size piano type keys Five octave (61 notes) plugin-in keyboard Compatible with all included software Sound Expander (FM Sound Module) Adds high-tech sound to the Commo ...

Manufacturer : Commodore Business Machines Inc

Commodore 64 Communications Modem Date: Unknown Commodore 64 Communications Modem

Boxed add-on MODEM for the Commodore 64 computer

Manufacturer : Commodore Business Machines Inc

Action Replay VI Date: Action Replay VI

Manufacturer : Datel

Euromax Pro Ace Joystick Date: Euromax Pro Ace Joystick

The Euromax Pro Ace joystick is compatable with a wide variety of 8-bit and 16-bit computers equiped with a 9-pin socket

Manufacturer : Euromax

Neos Mouse and Cheese Date: 1st January 1985 Neos Mouse and Cheese

Mouse and software package for Commodore 64 and 128

Manufacturer : Nihon Electronics

Interpod Serial and Parallel Interface Date: 1984 Interpod Serial and Parallel Interface

This 'Interpod' is a Serial and Parallel Interface, designed and manufactured by Oxford Computer Systems for use with systems such as the Commodore 64 and VIC-20

Manufacturer : Oxford Computer Systems

Phonemark PM-4401C Cassette Recorder Date: Unknown Phonemark PM-4401C Cassette Recorder

This third-party cassette recorder is designed to be used with the Commodore VIC20 and VIC64 home computers

Manufacturer : Phonemark

Phonemark Quick Data Drive Model 8500 Date: Unknown Phonemark Quick Data Drive Model 8500

Designed for the Commodore 64 for computer program/data loading and saving

Manufacturer : Phonemark

Quickshot Starfighter 1 Joypad Date: Unknown Quickshot Starfighter 1 Joypad

Compatible with the Atari, Commodore Amiga, and Commodore 64 Turbo fire button Hands-free autofire capability 6-foot cable Thumb control direction key

Manufacturer : Quickshot Ltd

Quickshot 1 Joystick Date: 1983 Quickshot 1 Joystick

QuickShot was a line of joysticks and other input devices produced by Spectravideo for video game machines including Atari, Commodore, MSX, Amiga, Nintendo and Sega

Manufacturer : Spectravision

Spectravision Quick Shot 1 Joystick Date: 1983 Spectravision Quick Shot 1 Joystick

QuickShot was a line of joysticks and other input devices produced by Spectravideo for video game machines including Atari, Commodore, MSX, Amiga, Nintendo and Sega

Manufacturer : Spectravision

QuickShot II Deluxe Joystick Controller Date: 1983 QuickShot II Deluxe Joystick Controller

For use with: Atari video game system Sears video arcade Atari 400/800 computers Commodore VIC-20 Commodore C64 NEC DC-6001 computer SVI-318/328 computers

Manufacturer : Spectravision

Stack Light Rifle (CBM) Date: Stack Light Rifle (CBM)

"The Stack Light Rifle is one of a range of accessories and software for Atari, BBC, VIC-20, Commodore 64, Spectrum, and other popular home computers

Manufacturer : Stack Computer Services Ltd

Suncom Joy-Sensor Date: Suncom Joy-Sensor

A game controller with touch sensitive pad and fire button

Manufacturer : Suncom

Trilogic the Expert Date: 1986 Trilogic the Expert

The Expert Cartridge was a popular extension cartridge for the Commodore 64 and later the Commodore 128

Manufacturer : Trilogic

Trojan Light Pen Date: Unknown Trojan Light Pen

Manufacturer : Trojan Products

Third-Party Datasette for CBM64/128 Date: Unknown Third-Party Datasette for CBM64/128

This third-party Datasette data recorder is designed for the Commodore 64/128

Manufacturer : Unknown

Xyllyx CBM 64 Comms Pack Date: 1986 Xyllyx CBM 64 Comms Pack

This unit attaches to the Commodore 64 expansion port and, with a modem attached, allows the user to browse and download Viewdata frames

Manufacturer : Xyllyx

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