Commodore VIC-20

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Commodore VIC-20
Commodore VIC 20.jpg
Manufacturer Commodore International
Type Console
Release Date 1980
Media cartridges, Disk, Tape
Save Format
Input Options
Special Features
Units Sold
Top Selling Game
Predecessor Commodore CBM-II
Successor Commodore 64

The Commodore VIC-20 was a personal computer released in 1980 by Commodore Business Machines. It was known as the VC-20 in Germany and the VIC-1001 in Japan. It featured 5K of RAM which could be expanded to 64K, and ran CBM BASIC Version 2. It was highly used as a videogame console due to the amount of games released for it on cartridges. It was replaced by the Commodore 64.