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  1. File this one under conquests at the flea market ! I'm on vacation this week, and today, I picked up a fully working, practically new Commodore SX-64 for frankly a cheap price. I'm super-excited, because I never thought I would lay eyes on one of these outside of maybe a classic gaming convention or some such event, let alone actually have one in my possession. But lo and behold, here it is, and she works great. It's a bit comical, actually, as I was able to get a discount of the sticker because it lacked the power cable with it, and I brought that detail up (nothing a quick trip to Walmart and a few more dollars couldn't fix, of course). The lady that sold it at the flea market had no idea what it was. She apparently thought it was some sort of fancy old military radio system or something like that (it was in a booth along with some of that type stuff: shortwave radios, scanners, reel-to-reel recorders, and the list. I just let her keep right on thinking that as she rung up the price, of course. I've also picked up quite a number of Atari 2600, Intellivision, and Colecovision games while I've been here, as well as one Commodore 64 cart (Frogger II: Threedeep), which I have been able to test out on the SX-64 and can confirm that it's fully working. I'm also taken aback at just how great the screen looks on these things, as well. Everything is nice and sharp and clear, which I wasn't expecting given such a tiny screen, even though I knew in back of my mind it's a CRT. So, for you other SX-64 owners out there, I do have a question. Has anyone tried a 1541 Ultimate II cart out on the machine and, if so, what's your experience with it? I know the built-in disk drive is set to automatically be device #8, and I'm assuming I will need to disable the internal drive in order to use the 1541 Ultimate II as Device #8 instead. I've not been able to do much research on that, and I'm just now starting my Googling of information like this, so if anyone can give me some pointers and places to look (beyond the usual resources like Lemon64, of course, which I will certainly peruse), that would be awesome.
  2. Polybius

    Commodore SX-64!

    From the album: My Game Collection

    Commodore SX-64, Given to me by my Aunt, found in the Attic of a house I was cleaning for her. Left behind by the previous owner, Aunt was selling the house for them.
  3. Hi ! Is there any easy and safe way to change the internal drive number of the SX-64 ? The idea is to use a SD2IEC as drive number 8...
  4. Hi all, not sure if this has been mentioned or not before here, or if I am in the right place for this, but anyways..... There is what seems to be a large movement in the US and Canada to bring your SX-64 to your local starbucks on Sunday, Jan 20 2013 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of it's announcement. The SX-64 is considered to be the worlds first portable COLOUR computer. Someone somewhere figured that as Starbucks allows everyone to sit and use their computer there, why not lug an old portable computer to Starbucks, have a coffee, and play some games with some friends. Original info here... http://c64.berrydejager.com/sx64party/ I know our local Commodore club TPUG (Toronto Pet Users Group) has been planing a small invasion of the local Starbucks, and there will be plenty more all over the planet. It also looks like the TPUG guys are going to get their SX-64's on the wifi for even more fun! So, if you have a SX-64, why not lug it out and have some fun. If you don't, plan B is to run a C64 emulator on a laptop at Starbucks. In any event, long live 8 bit!!
  5. I just wanted to start an owner and appreciation thread for Commodore and Amiga Computers, so go ahead and show off your commodores! Any kind of Commodore is welcome here, c64, 128, SX-64, CBM machines,VIC-20 PET 2001, etc. even though its technically not a computer, I'll accept pics of the Commodore 64GS and Amiga CD32 Game consoles as well! Ill Start : My rarest machine: SX 64! My VIC- 20 and My C64C and the 1541 Floppy Drive. And last, but not least, the Monitor! I also have a Datassette drive and 2 printers, Mp-802 and Mp-803 , but no pics yet Anyways, t there is my stuff, what about you?
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