The CPC464 had a built-in cassetterecorder. After the quarrel between
Amstrad and Schneider (who sold the CPC-series, the Joyce and the PCs in
Germany) it was sold as the Amstrad CPC464 in Germany. Schneider started
to produce own PC-clones, the most popular one is the Euro-PC.
Although the CPC could not beat the C64 it was a popular computer in
Europe and Amstrad sold over one million units. Other CPC-computers are
the CPC664 (like the 464 but with an integrated 3"-disk drive instead
of the cassette recorder), the CPC6128 and the CPC+.
CPU/Clock speed:Z80A/4 MHz - 8-Bit
Resolution:160*200 16 colours
Sound:3 channel Mono (AY-3-8910)
Operating system:eigenes, CP/M
Storage:Cassette(eingeb.), Disk (3"")
Size (in mm):580*170*70
Sold (world):1 Mil.
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