The Commodore 64 was one of the most important of the early micro-computers.
Introduced in 1982, it remained in production by franchisees until the
Commodore bankruptcy. Using a MOS Technology 6510 processor, with built in
colour graphics, sound capability, and 64K RAM, it was memorable for its low
price and great versatility. This early example was donated by Ronald A.
Fraser of Westborough, Massachusetts.