CPC 464

CPC 464 - 01
	   
The CPC 464 (Colour Personal Computer) was a direct hit when it was
released by Schneider (Amstrad).
It had an integrated keyboard and tape recorder and was fed (5 Volts)
by the monitor.

In 1985 the CPC 464 became "computer of the year" in Germany.
	   

Manufacturer Amstrad / Schneider Name CPC 464
Type Homecomputer Origine ???
Introduction Date 1984 End of production ???
Built in Language Locomotive Basic 1.0 Keyboard 74 keys
CPU Z80A Speed 4 Mhz
Coprocessor 6845 (graphic chip) Amount of Ram 64 Kb (42 Kb free when running Basic)
Vram ??? Rom 32 Kb
Text Modes 80 x 25 (monochrome), 40 x 25 (4 Colors), 20 x 25 (16 colors) Graphic Modes 640 x 200 (monochrome), 320 x 200 (4 colors), 160 x 200 (16 colors)
Colors 27 Sound 3 voices, stereo, built-in speaker (Sound-Chip: General Instruments AY-3-8912)
Size / Weight ??? Built in Media tape recorder
I/O Ports Expansion, Centronics (7 Bit!), Joystick, Headphone, RS232 and Floppy OS ???
Power Supply Integrated in monitor Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number 17069 K32-51
Other Extras Monitor Bought Where Aalst
Bought When ??? Condition Good
Price Paid 10 Specs of my Model ???
Setup Today ???

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CPC464-01:

Bought from the same guy who sold me the Videopac G7000_01.

I paid 10  for the system and the monitor