The Commodore 64, probably the most famous 8 bit microcomputer ever made, still targeted by many hobbyists and demo-makers. Released in 1982 with a 6502 CPU backed with a then whopping 64 kilobytes of RAM, with decent peripherals for graphics (VIC) and sound (SID), it kept dominating the 8 bits market until it diminished to give way to more powerful 32 bit machines.
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