The motherboard had a MOS 6502 processor, RAM / ROM memory, MOS 6545 video-chip, MOS 6520 PIA and a MOS 6522 VIA. The 8096 is an example of the first generation of CBM computers from Commodore. In stead of sheet-metal this series is made of plastic.
There is much more attention for the look of the computer. The 80 in the model number stands for 80 columns of text on the screen and the 96 stands for 96 kbyte RAM memory. Processor frequency: 1 MHz Memory: 96 kbyte RAM, 18 kbyte ROM, additional 64K RAM board Graphics: 80 x 25, monochrome Connections: IEEE 488, Userport, Datassette Dimensions: 450 x 450 x 450 mm. The Commodore CBM 8096 is quite rare, an 8032 with a factory-installed 64K RAM expansion. Only the factory-installed 8000's have the special front plate.The RAM expansion was installed above the motherboard, sitting on 4 risers. The picture shows a view of the CBM 8096 running but without disc drives, we have no program discs to run on it. A real gem of personal computing history and so very rare - especially in working order! To promote this end, we do our utmost to identify any and all flaws or defects in our products, as such exist.
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World's first personal computer" is in sale since Saturday, June 16, 2018. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Vintage Computing\Vintage Manuals & Merchandise". The seller is "byfromgroovy" and is located in London, Ontario. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America.